On Thursday (Nov. 2), Femme It Forward announced that they’ll be honoring some of the entertainment industry’s most notable Black women at their upcoming Give Her FlowHERS Awards Gala on Nov. 10. The event, which will take place in Beverly Hills and is being held in conjunction with Live Nation, will acknowledge SZA, Teyana Taylor, Brandy, Flo Milli, Jordyn Woods, Monaleo, and more for their outstanding achievements as true innovators in their respective fields.
“After experiencing the powerful joy, inspiration, and genuine love of our inaugural event, we’re thrilled to bring together more trailblazing women and honor their impact at the second annual Give Her FlowHERS Awards Gala,” said Femme It Forward CEO and founder Heather Lowery in a press release. “This awards gala goes beyond giving the extraordinary women who have impacted culture their flowers as we look to plant more seeds of change for the future.”
In addition to the aforementioned honorees, Ambré, Jane Handcock, LAYA, and Maeta will take to the stage at said gala as the performing acts. Femme It Forward will also recognize the women who made an impact as part of the organization’s mentorship program, Next Gem Femme, which “aims to help improve equity in the workplace and accelerate career opportunities and trajectories for young women of color.”
In related news, SZA shared that she was an honoree at the Wall Street Journal‘s 13th annual Innovator Awards, which took place at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City on Wednesday (Nov. 1). “Thank you so much… for honoring me and having me this evening,” she said about the acknowledgement on Instagram. The TDE star and other celebrities, including Kylie Jenner, Jerry Lorenzo, Martin Scorsese, Ed Ruscha, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Walter Hood, were each gifted special edition bottles of Rémy Martin for their respective contributions in entertainment.
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