Hi everyone! In honour of World AIDS Day, MAC invited me to the screening of the “It’s NOT Over” documentary (click here to see the website), a documentary directed by Andrew Jenks aims to start a conversation about the HIV and AIDS and to raise awareness to this world epidemic. However, this documentary isn’t the norm, there’s no stats, there’s no graphs and there’s definitely no preaching. This documentary zooms in on the lives of 3 young adults from 3 different countries and very different backgrounds. I don’t want to give too much away but I strongly urge everyone to watch this short film, check out the trailer below.
MAC Cosmetics has been involved in the fight against HIV and AIDS for over 20 years. The MAC AIDS Fund supports organisations all around the world in fighting against this epidemic. All funds raised by the selling of the VIVA GLAM lipsticks and lip glasses go towards the MAC AIDS Fund and mind you, many celebrities have been involved in the advertising of the VIVA GLAM range, Rihanna, Lil’Kim, Lady Gaga, Christina Aguilera, Fergie, just to name a few. You can play your part by purchasing a VIVA GLAM lippie today from any MAC store or online store.
For the screening, which took place at the Bioscope in Fox Street, I wore a short, straight-cut dress with chunky Steve Madden heels. Since I wore my nails snow white, I decided to pair my outfit with my small, Michael Kors sling bag with gold details. On my nails, the white is from the 4 pieces Pony Pack set, a collaboration between Ford Mustang launch and O.P.I, it’s in the colour Angels With A Leadfoot.
Sorry about the blurry pictures, it appears that my camera needs a little maintenance or it’s time for a new camera!! I hope you enjoyed this post regardless! Enjoy your weekend!