The campaign launched by the Italian jeweler and fronted by the digital entrepreneur bows on Nov. 25, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
Viewers of the filmed event were transported to a sort of fairyland, courtesy of top-notch technology, as the awards were bestowed to champions of sustainability, activism and craftsmanship.
The actress wore the understated look to accept a Lifetime Achievement award at the opening of the Venice Film Festival.
Cate Blanchett, Laura Dern and Sinéad Burke join Jane Fonda and other artists and activists to spread the message.
Australian fashion brands join a growing contingent of celebrities who have pledged support for first responders and victims of the Australian bushfires.
Alongside the likes of Olivia Munn, Laverne Cox and Joan Smalls, the designer also celebrated the release of his self-titled book, out Nov. 12.
The actress is expected to attend the Max Mara show in Milan today.
The designer also agreed to comment on the Dolce & Gabbana debacle in China.