No matter what generation you're from, you know and love the classic 1978 romantic musical, Grease. Sandy and Danny are timeless couple goals that still set the stage for dreamy teen lust over 40 years later. We can all picture the biker-themed attire that still shows up in Halloween costumes today. Spanx owner Sara Blakely just bought Olivia Newton John's actual pants from the movie for over $162,000.\nSpanx, an Atlanta-based, female-owned women's clothing empire has completely changed the game when it comes to spandex. Most of us (even though we may not like to admit) have been transformed by the smoothing, slenderizing illusion created by the stretchy attire.\nFounder Sara Blakely is total #girlboss goals, earning her way to the top as Forbes' world's youngest, self-made female billionaire in 2012. Her idea to glamorize another female icon, Grease actress Olivia Newton John, is totally brilliant. The tight, motorcycle-style clothing is a major symbol of the film and the actual satin pants that Olivia (AKA Sandy) wore are now owned by Blakely. She will frame and display them at Spanx headquarters in Atlanta.\nView this post on Instagram The "Fearless Girl" statue on Wall Street was created for Women's History Month. State Street Global Advisors installed "Fearless Girl" in an effort to inspire more companies to add more women to leadership roles. They also sent a letter to 3,500 companies urging them to add more women to their boards. Did you know that from those companies 1/4th of them don't have any women on their boards at all? The temporary statue received so much love, New York City decided to make her permanent. Oringinally she was put right in front of the iconic wallstreet charging bull statue. When I visited this "Fearless Girl" myself, I got emotional. Seeing her stand with such confidence right in front of the "Charging Bull" reminded me of what I'm most passionate about- women/girls and the role they can play in this world. When I was there, mostly women were gathered around the girl and mostly men were gathered around the bull. One woman next to me in her late fifties started to cry. The men at that particular time I chose to visit were all posing with the bull, and many of them wanted to be photographed grabbing the bulls balls. The circle of women gathered around the little girl were so overcome with emotion... many started to cry, leaving many of their sweet husbands left trying to comfort them. Watching this dynamic only reminded me that there is so much left to be done in the world. When the majority of men wake up and also feel as passionate as the women do about the role women could be playing for the greater whole, only then will the world reach its greatest potential.. We need both. And to the men out there that have been feeling this, and advocating for women and girls, God bless your evolved souls. We thank you. It's not going to happen without you. So for all the ladies out there, being an empowered woman starts with being a fearless girl. Let's all be fearless and courageous together. #FemaleEmpowerment #WomenSupportingWomen #FearlessGirl #MenSupportingWomen #BetterWorld #MondayMotivation A post shared by Sara Blakely (@sarablakely) on Nov 4, 2019 at 5:30am PST\nWith iconic Hollywood paraphernalia comes a pretty hefty price. Blakely dropped a whopping $162K in an auction for the pants. Over 500 costumes and ensembles from the blockbuster were auctioned off in California and online, with proceeds benefitting the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness & Research Centre (Newton-John was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1992).\nView this post on Instagram oh sandy 🌚 A post shared by @ grease.the.movie on Apr 7, 2017 at 9:39am PDT\nSandy's famous leather jacket was auctioned off for $243,000. Can't put a price on classic, ground-breaking productions. We'd say this purchase is a super smart marketing move with a cause. Props to you, Sara, for making the legend of Sandra Dee live on at Spanx.\nView this post on Instagram turn on my notifications 🤪 A post shared by @ grease.the.movie on Oct 8, 2018 at 12:43pm PDT\nFor more of the nostalgic vibes we get from Grease, check out this real-life Pac-Man pop-up coming to Atlanta next year or this boozy adult playground with laser tag and go-karts.