A woman embodies many traits; her character being the most substantial element. A woman of character is a woman who embodies many different qualities all of which combine to make her unique and distinct. Bedat & CO GENEVE is and has always been a brand that takes pride in recognising and acknowledging women who exude richness of character. It is an honour to say that an exemplary woman who fits this facet in today’s world is the American actress Debra Messing.
Messing is best known for her multitude television roles, most notably as Grace Adler in the NBC sitcom, Will & Grace. Her performance earned her five Emmy nominations, six Golden Globe nominations, and seven Screen Actors Guild nominations, ultimately winning the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series (2003) and the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series (2001).
“I have been a fan for 20 years,” says Messing about Bedat & CO GENEVE. “I bought my first Bedat & CO watch after I saw Jeanine Lobell wearing one at a magazine photo-shoot we did. It was then that I reached out to the company and asked if they would dress Grace. So elegant and chic.”
Of all Bedat & CO GENEVE collections, Messing best adores the No 1 Collection. The reason for this has a lot to do with the co-relation she finds between herself and the meaning behind the collection which represents self-affirmation through action and matter. Created to meet the demands and desires of executive women, the Ref 118.030.109 in particular embodies Debra Messing as a modern interpretation of feminine refinement. With the touch of ravishing diamonds, it is sleek, simple and exquisite.
Above her career and beyond her role as a mother, she takes up the responsibility of being the Global Ambassador of Youth AIDS and is an Honorary Ambassador for Everyone Matters, a nonprofit organisation set up to encourage people to be more accepting of one another without being judgmental. Messing has also been involved in the NO MORE campaign, an initiative of the Joyful Heart Foundation. Moreover, she has filmed a PSA for STOMP Out Bullying’s Blue Shirt Day.
In 2004, The Trevor Project had awarded Messing with the Trevor Life Award for her public boost and compliance of the LGBT community. Three years later, Messing had also fashioned and autographed a pair of shoes for luxury footwear label Stuart Weitzman’s charity shoe auction to benefit ovarian cancer awareness and research.
Being an exceptional contributor to bettering society, Debra Messing is a champion of worthy causes that highlight pressing social issues like AIDS and HIV, animals, autism, bullying, cancer, children, civil rights, depression and suicide, health, hunger, LGBT support, mental challenges, philanthropy, poverty, rape/sexual abuse, senior, citizen support and, last but by no means least, women.
With everything taken into consideration, it is without doubt that Debra Messing is a paragon of modern womanhood, setting a fine example and high benchmark for generations of women to aspire to and is, without doubt, much deserving of her title as a true Woman of Character. The ability to reach such great heights as an individual who then uses it as a foundation or platform upon which to multiply the effect of touching lives through her influence is an attribute that is definitely to be admired and accentuated upon.
“If I can use my voice to help push things forward,” Messing says, “then it’s my privilege to use it.”
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