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    Now that I'm working again, and have a paycheck, it's interesting. Quarantine means that I don't spend any money, so recently I've been online shopping a lot. I am thrilled to have a reason to get gussied up because, to be honest, getting dressed for a Zoom screen just didn't really do it for me. I am looking at the Fall 2021 Dior runways for inspiration-that catwalk had everything I needed. Take Prabal Gurung's 10th-anniversary show featuring pageant queen sashes that read Who gets to be American? Or: Stella McCartney's faux protest for the fall 2021 campaign. And: Christian Siriano's People Are People shirts, launched in 2018.

    The Ukrainian women's rights group Femen Jordan 1 Shoes crashed Nina Ricci's show in 2014 with protesters running topless and shouting Fashion Fascism, in response to the patriarchal standards of the industry. And PETA has been staging demonstrations since its founding in the 1980s, ranging from halting runways and demand designers stop using animal skins and furs to carrying purses covered in blood in response to Hermes' use of crocodile skin. You might have recognized the brand as the maker of the white-and-blue ribbed romper that went viral this spring and summer. The Aiva Ribbed Onesie, which featured a 70s-esque polo collar, was spotted on Dua Lipa's Instagram in early March who else misses early March? during a trip to Sydney, Australia.

    Still, for many activists, collaborating within the status quo is hardly a success. Instead, they're looking to disrupt the industry for good. Civil disobedience gets attention, and it draws people into looking further into the message of what the protest is about, says See. I got my dress at Net-a-Porter, and it was half-off. It was ridiculous. I was like, This is a silk simple dress that I'm always going to wear, so I just got it. Occasionally, though, the activism seems to get through to brands, says Byrne. H&M, for example, recently partnered with PETA to release a collection of vegan products, featuring materials like flower down - made from dried wildflowers - instead of the usual goose down, and vegan knits to replace sheep's wool. All of that comes from a history of communicating with them and letting them know how important it was to their consumers to be able to get these ethical, sustainable, cruelty-free options, says Byrne.

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