50% OF DUET PINKY RING PROFITS FUND FEMALE ENTREPRENEURS

Shiffon Co on Forbes: Hollywood A-listers Are Part Of A Quiet Movement, And Its Supporters Are Wearing This Ring

Last night's Emmy Awards were a triumph for diversity and inclusiveness. Awards went to the likes of Riz Ahmed, who won Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series, making him the first South Asian man in Emmy's 69-year history to win for acting. Or Lena Waithe, who is the first African American woman to win for comedic writing.

There was one message, though, that was quietly making a statement without saying a word.

Two Hollywood stars who were also winners last night, Nicole Kidman and Shailene Woodley, were both spotted wearing Duet Pink Rings by the company dedicated to creating a "supportive, powerful network for the women in its tribe," Shiffon Co.

The adjustable pinky ring that coils around the finger and ends with two stones (a sapphire and diamond, or diamond and diamond) represents a pinky promise, referencing the unbreakable pact you made when you were kids. The idea behind the Duet Pinky Ring is that it serves as a physical reminder to promise to pay it forward to other women. The side-by-side stones were even designed to represent one woman supporting one another.