The video series, notably helmed by Oscar-winning director Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, sees a number of familiar faces sharing their own definitions of equality. This all falls under the Gucci Chime umbrella, which co-founder (and featured star) Salma Hayek Pinault notes has seen “some great advances” in the decade since its initial launch. Still, there's "a lot of work" still left to be done.
“It has been incredible for me to have the opportunity to meet people around the world and see firsthand the impact the campaign has had on so many lives,” the Magic Mike’s Last Dance star said in a press release. “I’m overwhelmed and inspired by how many people want to participate in the change, and I feel very hopeful for the future. It’s really a fight worth having, now, more than ever.”
Up top, get a look at the new video series. Also featured are Annie Lennox, Jodie Turner-Smith, Julia Garner, Daisy Edgar-Jones, Vee Kativhu, and many more. Scoring the footage, which coincides with the 10th anniversary of the larger Gucci Chime position, is the 2016 Beyoncé track "Freedom."
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