Tina Fey and Amy Poehler Plan Their Golden Globe Wardrobes, MAC Releases Documentary for World AIDS Day

Plus, Victoria Beckham made a shirt to support UNAIDS and protests in Hong Kong hit retail sales hard.
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Plus, Victoria Beckham made a shirt to support UNAIDS and protests in Hong Kong hit retail sales hard.

The Award Show dream team Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are back to host this year’s Golden Globe Awards. As expected, the comedy duo have a few hilarious wardrobe ideas in mind for the big night. Watch the video above to find out what they’re wearing.

In honor of World AIDS Day, MAC Cosmetics is releasing a documentary film called "It’s Not Over" to help raise awareness about people living with AIDS and HIV. The film, which follows three affected youths in the U.S., South Africa and India, will be distributed in 13 different countries. The documentary was also bought by Netflix for $65,000 which MAC has used to translate the film into several different languages. {WWD}

Victoria Beckham is also supporting World AIDS Day this year. The new UNAIDS Global Goodwill Ambassador has created (and modeled) a t-shirt featuring a hand-printed red ribbon that will be sold at her new London store and online. The shirt is priced at £90 ($141.60) and all proceeds go to UNAIDS. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

Retail sales in Hong Kong took a hit when pro-democracy protests broke out in late September. Financial Secretary John Tsang confirmed that retail sales for October slowed but did not say exactly how much. Three analysts have predicted a 0.3, 0.5 and 4.4 percent drop in sales from the previous year. Sales are predicted to be most affected in the first part of October, when protests overlapped with “Golden Week,” one of China’s biggest shopping holidays. {WWD}