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25+ Designers Participating in the Women's March That You Should Know About

Protest with your dollars.
Photo: @openingceremony/Instagram

Photo: @openingceremony/Instagram

Inauguration Day is here. Whether you've already touched down in our Nation's Capital for the Women's March on Washington or are taking part in one of the over 600 Sister Marches happening around the world, the silver lining in what is a sad day for many Americans is that there are still many ways to make your voice be heard. 

And if you're not marching, that's okay. There are other ways to show your support for equality, too: You can sound off online, contact your senators and if you believe in the retail therapy route, protest with your dollars by shopping from the brands below, a selection of whom have pledged to donate a portion of sales from this weekend to various organizations including EarthJustice, Planned Parenthood and the ACLU. ("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," Rachel Comey wrote in a recent letter to the CFDA.) 

See below for a list of brands donating all or a portion of its sales:

Ace & Jig

Apiece Apart


Brother Vellies

Electric Feathers

Erica Weiner

Erin Considine

Fay Andrada

Lauren Manoogian

Lizzie Fortunato

Mara Hoffman (with promo code WEMARCH)

Rachel Comey

Raquel Allegra

Sidney Garber

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Ulla Johnson

And brands that are marching in Washington, D.C.:

Brother Vellies

Clare V

Opening Ceremony

Lizzie Fortunato

Lulu Frost


Mara Hoffman

Mari Guidicelli

Melissa Joy Manning

Pamela Love

Rachel Antonoff

Rebecca Taylor

Suzanne Rae

Thaddeus O'Neil

Ulla Johnson

See you there.

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