Some of Hollywood’s most outspoken and philanthropic figures gathered today in Los Angeles at Variety‘s annual Power of Women luncheon, presented by Lifetime, to celebrate women making a difference in show business and off-camera.
Among the special guests, Alyssa Milano — who has been a leader in the #Metoo sexual assault awareness campaign — chatted with FN on the power of heels.
Alyssa Milano wears Loriblu pumps.
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“I feel powerful in anything, in Converse or in heels,” Milano said. “I think for me, because I’m 5 foot 2, having a little more height and seeing the world from a taller perspective is great.”
Milano had on a sleeveless black and white dress with black Loriblu pumps.
However, Tiffany Haddish revealed that the agony of heels gives her a different kind of strength. “In heels, I feel handicapped, but I can still run fast and kick some ass.”
Haddish had on a blue and white graphic-print dress with gold Jimmy Choo sandals.
Tiffany Haddish wears Jimmy Choo sandals.
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The comedienne was honored for her philanthropic work with The Unusual Suspects Theatre Company, which provides creative programs to underserved youths.
Honorees included Natalie Portman, who was recognized for her contributions to the Time’s Up movement — which elevates awareness of