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Danielle Vasinova shines bright on Oscar night

Celebrities and films used their power and influence during the Academy Awards night to make a better world

By Jon Stojan

Danielle Vasinova
Danielle Vasinova (Image: Provided)

Sunday 10 March marked the culmination of Hollywood’s grandest celebration of the awards season: the Oscars night, where the crème de la crème of the film industry congregated to honour excellence in cinematic achievement.

Among the stars and resplendent gowns that graced red carpets in The City of Angels, we saw celebrities such as actress Salma Hayek, model Heidi Klum, designer Donatella Versace, actress Elizabeth Hurley and actress Danielle Vasinova.

Danielle, known for her diverse roles and timeless elegance, posed on the red carpet of Elton John’s annual Academy Awards Viewing Party in a resplendent purple gown, in a departure from her usual red carpet repertoire, that left onlookers hypnotised, turning heads and sparking conversations.

The film Oppenheimer took home the Oscar for Best Picture; Cillian Murphy won Best Actor for his stellar performance in Oppenheimer; and Emma Stone was awarded Best Actress for her role in Poor Things. While some celebrities graced the halls of the Dolby Theater, others chose iconic venues such as the Vanity Fair party or Sir Elton John’s viewing party, a gathering synonymous with glamour and philanthropy.

“For Danielle Vasinova, the evening was more than just a showcase of fashion”

For Danielle Vasinova, the evening was more than just a showcase of fashion; it was an opportunity to use her platform for meaningful advocacy, since she has always showed her commitment to supporting causes important for the community. It was a night not only to revel in cinematic triumphs but also to lend support to vital efforts aimed at combatting HIV/AIDS and reaching marginalised communities.

Renowned for her roles in films like Darkness of Man, where she shared the screen with Jean-Claude Van Damme and Shannen Doherty, Danielle embodies altruism. Beyond her on-screen abilities, Vasinova is an accomplished equestrian, martial artist, and advocate for social change.

Fresh from gracing the covers of prestigious publications like Vogue Mexico and Harper’s Bazaar Vietnam, Danielle’s star continues to ascend in an industry undergoing transformation.

Each year, we witness an increasing number of movies addressing social issues, such as Barbie (for which Margot Robbie surprisingly didn’t get a nomination), or the Italian film nominated for Best Foreign Film Io Capitano. The film industry and celebrities wield significant influence over public opinion and culture. Through their platforms, they have the power to shine a spotlight on important social issues, raise awareness, and drive meaningful change.

We hope to see in the upcoming years more films addressing social issues that can make a positive change in the world.

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