Hollywood star Audrey Hepworth is no stranger to controversy.
Her controversial fashion show “Sisters of Charity” was canceled last year after protesters turned up outside its Los Angeles premiere, and she has since been accused of perpetuating rape myths.
Now, her fashion show on Monday was being held at a hotel where she was a guest of honor, but where some of the guests were wearing costumes that made them look like they had been sexually assaulted.
Hepworth, who won the Oscar for best actress for “Sister of Charity,” wore a dress and a headscarf.
The fashion show was the first of several that have been held in the United States since President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Saturday that seeks to curb protests, which are common in the U.S. over Trump’s first 100 days in office.
Trump has already faced backlash over his immigration executive order and his plans to cancel the country’s DACA program.
The order temporarily blocked federal grants to legal immigrants and temporarily suspended travel from seven Muslim-majority countries for citizens of those countries.
Hollywood stars have been the targets of criticism for their costumes and for wearing them in the past, and celebrities like Lupita Nyong’o and Kate Beckinsale have been among those protesting Trump’s executive order.