In her acceptance speech for the Best Actress gong on Sunday, Moss spoke passionately about creating opportunities for women in film.
But what no-one noticed was the message written on the bottom of her shoes.
Elisabeth Moss may just have won an Emmy for her performance as enslaved surrogate Offred in The Handmaid's Tale, but that doesn't mean she's about to rest on her laurels any time soon.
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In an Instagram post, Moss' stylist, Karla Welch, revealed that one of her client's custom shoes was marked with the word "off".
However you take it, it's a message the show's fans, and many others, will appreciate.
'It's my bread and butter, it's what I'm most interested in as a woman, shows that are about women, ' she said. 'There are still meetings you walk into and you wonder if they say "no" because it's a show or film led by a woman, ' she added.
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She capped off her gutsy night by posting her admiration for Handmaid author Margaret Attwood, whom she referred to as "a champion, a heroine, a rebel, and a fighter for freedom and equality".
The movie - set in 1960s Chicago - focuses on the true story of an underground network of suburban women who secretly provide safe abortions for women before the landmark decision Roe v. Wade.
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Documentary is the category most made by women post 1990 (31%), but is one of the genres that features women the least (26%). The percentage of women cast, at about 30%, is the same today as in the early years of cinema, the BFI said.