Now is just the spring of our discontent, as Americans across the country vocalize their frustration with the new administration. Here, 20 of our famous citizens bringing their clothes into the protest—along with their voices.
Underscored with more peace signs, hand and emoji.
For the Women's March earlier this month, Katy Perry went head-to-toe pink, the movement's unofficial color, complete with Planned Parenthood and Hillary Clinton pins.
Before they were handed out like hard candies at Couture Week, Natalie Portman wore this Dior T-shirt to the Women's March in L.A.
As did A$AP Rocky—important.
Wood made a point of telling Ryan Seacrest the reasoning behind her decision to wear suits (instead of gowns) on the red carpet this year: "I'm not trying to protest dresses, but I wanted to make sure that young girls and women knew that they aren't a requirement. And that, you know, you don't have to wear one if you don't want to and to just be yourself because your worth is more than that."
She's kept that message going at the Critics' Choice Awards...
And even on the party circuit.
First at a pre-BAFTAs event, then on the red carpet at the Golden Globes, the Mozart in the Jungle actress helped set the optimistic-yet-resistant tone for this year's awards-season fashion.
Back to the Women's March in L.A., where Grey made a Dirty Dancing reference for the times.
In Washington, Monáe's shirt coincided with the actual, tangible difference (girls in STEM!) her film Hidden Figures is helping to make.
At a Harper's Bazaar party this weekend, Shawkat explained why she opted for a suit. "The idea that's very fashionable now is androgyny. I think that's also political," she said to the Cut. "It's like, we can't be affected by the ideals of some people who are in these higher-up positions and how they view sexuality and the roles of women and the roles of men."
After Brexit and the election, safety pins were adopted as a symbol of support for victims of intolerance. At Sunday evening's SAG Awards, Washington brought the message of inclusivity onto the red carpet.
Planned Parenthood pin #2.
*And* she marched and chanted (and dabbed) with the crowds in this "protest looQ."
One shirt, one message.
You wouldn't expect anything less from one of our most outspoken young stars, would you?
Pink pussy hat, check. Iconic Jane Fonda, check.
And another one, which some people apparently found "disgusting."
A historical reference for a historical day.