Levy also dished on how he was able to bring Ralph Lauren's vision to life while cooped up during the pandemic — despite being "terrible" with technology.
Luckily, the actor has been quarantining with a friend who helped coordinate the logistics of an at-home photoshoot, which involved finessing different corners of his house to make them look like fashion editorial backdrops.
"Modeling is not something that comes naturally," Levy jokes, adding that, without a helping hand, the end result would have been photos of a "a very frustrated face in a Polo shirt."
And Levy wasn't the only celeb who was able to create some impressive images from the comfort of his own home — Moore, Kish, singer and actor Jeremy Pope, illustrator Richard Haines, artist Deep Pool, models Erika Linder and Heather Kemesky, author Sarah M. Broom, producer and director Greg Berlanti, soccer player and producer Robbie Rogers, US army veteran Anthony Woods, TikTok duo Ebony and Denise from Team2Moms, and photographers Micaiah Carter, Soraya Zaman and Cass Bird all submitted stunning photos, participated in a campaign video and shared their stories for the We Stand Together project.
The diverse collection of voices Ralph Lauren chose to spotlight is "so meaningful," Levy says, but it's important to note the work that still has to be done.
"We have a lot to fight for," he adds. "I think the past few months have really illuminated the fact that the fight is still going. We need to fight for ourselves and we need to fight for others in a really big way right now."
"For queer people, so much of our fight is due in large part to the Black Trans women who've fought for us. The Black Lives Matter movement is an obligation to stand up for those that fought for us."
"Ultimately, we won't have peace until all of us are included [and have] freedom and equality," Levy concludes.
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