Over 50 Designers Will Team Up With The ACLU To Push For Equality At NYFW

by MR Magazine Staff

Fashion’s biggest names are planning to use their platforms to send an important message during New York Fashion Week. On Tuesday, the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) announced that they’ve joined forces with the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) to stand up against racism and hatred. The Council has encouraged designers to fight for constitutional rights in a very public way. So how do they plan to do so? Over 50 designers and brands—including Adam Selman, Diane von Furstenberg, Narciso Rodriguez, Prabal Gurung, Derek Lam, Public School, and Everlane—will use the “Fashion for ACLU” tagline to express their support at their fashion shows and accompanying parties from Sept. 7 to 14. Read more at InStyle.