Among other initiatives, we're seeing them utilize their real estate — both brick-and-mortar and virtual — to mobilize voters.
Fashion Our Future 2020 is led by Studio 189's Abrima Erwiah, with the help of Voto Latino, fellow designers and other industry leaders.
She's with her.
As you're no doubt aware, today is Election Day. And while celebrities sometimes seem like they're from another planet, let alone country, many of them are indeed Americans--and they were eager to vote just like the rest of us. There's only one minor snag: According to The Atlantic and Mashable, photographing your ballot after it has been signed is illegal in some states, while in other states merely taking photos inside the polling place is also prohibited. Let's hope none of these celebrities, particularly Kim K and Beyonce, who photographed their signed ballots, get into hot water. Click through to see celebrities voting, and read what they had to say about it. And if you haven't voted yet, get yourself to a polling place STAT!!
It's election day! So get out of that Alexander Wang sample sale line and vote. Michelle Obama and Ann Romney already did.