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"Catwalk protest: Gigi Hadid and other models at a show in Los Angeles wore bandanas on their wrists to oppose Donald Trump and 'divisive' politics."
The Times, Designer’s catwalk protest against president’s ‘division’, February 2017
"Considering that heavyweight designers like Diane von Furstenberg, Prabal Gurung, 3.1 Phillip Lim and Thakoon have all signed on to join the movement as well, it's not hard to imagine that the idea could gather steam off the runway, too"
Fashionista, Business of Fashion Launches #tiedtogether Initiative to Promote Inclusivity During Fashion Month, February 2017
Los Angeles Times
“Any sort of activity within fashion community that somehow takes aim at the tumultuous current cultural climate is great, and certainly necessary."
Refinery29, The Important Reason You'll See White Bandanas Everywhere This Season, February 2017
"Industry news site The Business of Fashion decided to rally against the current political climate by launching the #tiedtogether movement for Fashion Month."
Huffington Post, White Bandanas Are The Fashion Industry’s New Protest Against Trump, February 2017
"The Business of Fashion is leading the political-statement charge for New York Fashion Week, calling upon the industry this month to take a stand and “make a clear statement in support of solidarity, human unity and inclusiveness.”
Yahoo Style, Already Trending at New York Fashion Week: Politics, February 2017
"While each brand tries to make a statement of its own during fashion week, there's one accessory that designers, models, and editors will be wearing in common: a white bandana."
Instyle, Here’s Why You’ll See White Bandanas Everywhere During Fashion Month, February 2017