In Donald Trump’s home state, designers debuting their fall/winter collections at NYFW took the protests from the streets to the runways with political messages adorning their designs and subtler hints through decor and music (Raf Simon’s first show for Calvin Klein was set to David Bowie’s “This is Not America”). Follow along below as we update all the not-to-be-missed political moments of the week.

1. CREATURES OF COMFORT

Creatures of Comfort creative director Jade Lai designed a unifying sweatshirt protesting the xenophobic statements of the Trump administration.

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2. CHRISTIAN SIRIANO

Siriano echoed the sentiment with a tee-shirt that simply read “People are People.”

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3.TOMMY HILFIGER

A subtle political statement, but one that wasn’t missed by anyone watching: the moment when Gigi Hadid led a group of models down the Tommy Hilfiger runway wearing white bandannas around their wrists. On closer look, the scarves are enscribed with the hashtag #TiedTogether, part of the Business of Fashion initiative that encouraged designers to wear and promote the white scarves as symbols of unity.

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4. LRS-STUDIO

The Mexican designer behind rising fashion brand LRS Studio, Raoul Soulis, sent  models down the runway wearing white undies that read, “F*ck your wall” and “No ban, no wall!!!”

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5. TOME NYC

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