Women made history today gathering for the Women's March on Washington and elsewhere to raise our voices for the causes that matter to us most. Individuals young and old from all over came together to stand in unity and send a message of strength. Members of the fashion community showed up to show their support as well, marching in solidarity in Washington, Los Angeles, New York City, and even Paris.
For her part, designer Rachel Comey penned an open letter to the CDFA, calling the fashion industry to stand behind today's march. "This is an opportunity for us, the fashion industry, to show that we stand in solidarity with the women who make up the majority of our customers—and the majority of our workforce," she wrote. "Women's rights are human rights."
These designers and labels have been using the influence of their brands to insight positive change, with many calling to action and some donating proceeds from purchases made this weekend. Today's march may be over, but there's still a lot of distance to cover on the route to progress.
If you're looking to continue the effort, head below to check out the fashion designers and labels who are stepping forward to make a difference.
This weekend, the brand will give 100% of its in-store sales to the Women's March. Creative Director Aurora James told Racked that for her, it's important to support the Women's March to stand up for women and children who may be victims of sexual assault and to let them know they have a voice. "We will not let your voice be discounted and we are here to stand up for you," she said. "We need to scream this message into existence until America becomes an echo chamber for unity."
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