Celebs, Stylists and Designers Are Getting Fired Up for the Women's March
The ladies, including Katy Perry and Chrissy Teigen, are taking on D.C.
As President Donald Trump's official duties are set to begin on Saturday, the Women's March on Washington is expected to attract more than 200,000 attendees, including celebs (Tracee Ellis Ross, America Ferrera, Connie Britton, Chrissy Teigen, Olivia Wilde, Julianne Moore, Chaz Bono, Constance Wu), fashion designers (Rachel Comey, Ulla Johnson, Aurora James, Clare Vivier), top Hollywood stylists and costume designers (Elizabeth Stewart, Karla Welch, Janie Bryant). While the March on Washington is planned to be the biggest protest of the incoming administration, there are also marches planned for New York City, Los Angeles, Seattle, San Francisco and other cities around the world. Here, a roundup of women getting fired up about marching.
i was going to go to sundance to support john tomorrow but feeling compelled to support my fellow women. see you at the women's march, DC— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) January 20, 2017
YESSS. See you soon, ladies! https://t.co/jWgieIvoFi— olivia wilde (@oliviawilde) January 20, 2017
Then, I'm marching. #WomensMarch— KATY PERRY (@katyperry) January 20, 2017
6 days away. The March. If you can't make it to DC, check if there's a march in your town. If… https://t.co/455ST1gXSS— Connie Britton (@conniebritton) January 15, 2017
Today we mourn. Tomorrow we march. For our daughters and sons, for our sisters and brothers, for our mothers and fathers, for healthcare, for reproductive rights, for social justice, for immigrants rights, for environmental protection, for education, for ourselves, for our country #werarenotpowerless #organize #notmypresident #whyimarch #lovetrumpshate #strongertogether #womensmarch #womensmarchonwashington