Though it was a bit of a surprise for a member of the Trump family to make an appearance so early into New York Fashion Week, it was more expected that both designers and showgoers would voice their own political opinions during shows and on the street. Just before the week kicked off, the CFDA and Business of Fashion launched initiatives to support Planned Parenthood and inclusivity, respectively. But aside from pink pins and white bandanas, we've seen a number of sartorial messages that also take a stance on today's important issues, like freedom, feminism (via Dior's spring 2017 collection) and the President's plans for a Mexico-border wall. Since these types of wardrobe choices have been going strong for the past three days, we expect to see plenty more for the remainder of fashion week.
In case you missed it, catch up on our favorite street style looks from the day before in the gallery below.