Enzo Vogrincic’s Tribute to ‘La Sociedad de la Nieve’ at the Oscars Red Carpet

The detail has gone viral on social media

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The 96th Oscars ceremony has wrapped up, leaving us with plenty of memorable moments. Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer stole the spotlight, grabbing 7 awards. However, there was also excitement among Latino audiences for other nominees, like La Sociedad de la Nieve (The Snow Society). Many Hispanic fans were rooting for its success on social media, but unfortunately, it missed out on the awards for Best International Film and Best Makeup and Hairstyling.

Nevertheless, the cast of Juan Antonio Bayona’s film didn’t want to miss the gala. Most of them made their way to Hollywood for the event. Enzo Vogrincic, who appeared on the red carpet with the director, made a notable nod to their film’s storyline, catching the attention of many.

The actor who plays Numa has become an icon in every sense. Just a few days ago, it was announced that he featured as a model in Zara’s catalog for their new spring/summer collection, causing quite a stir on social media and becoming the envy of all his fans. Consequently, everyone was eagerly anticipating the look he would debut at the Oscars.

Enzo at the Oscars

The artist made his appearance on the red carpet in a classic black tuxedo from the brand Loewe. However, what drew attention from both the press and viewers at home on social media was the brooch he wore. It was a subtle nod to his movie, La Sociedad de la Nieve, shaped like the Andes mountain range, where the tragedy depicted in the film took place.

Many of his followers have seen this gesture as a tribute to the entire technical and artistic team, as well as the actors in the film. It’s also seen as a nod to the survivors and those who didn’t make it back from the accident. Undoubtedly, it’s a display of solidarity, something that the actors chosen by Bayona for this movie have shown on numerous occasions.

“It’s a pin that Loewe sent me, it’s stunning. It represents the mountains, the Andes, right here, close to the heart,” Enzo revealed in an interview.

Read the article in Spanish in LOS40.