Fashion designer Jeremy Scott is seventh in the finale of the presentation of his spring 2019 collection during Fashion Week in New York, Thursday,. 6, 2018.
A designer at New York Fashion Week took to the catwalk Thursday night to protest the Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh, to call by wearing a T-shirt urging people “not to tell your Senator.”
Jeremy Scott, 43, was his spring, presented to 2019, the collection as he took the traditional post-show, wearing a hand-made white T-shirt with the message “don’t you tell your Senator to Kavanaugh.” The shirt also had to call Washington phone number.
While the other designs were presented, not to be politically charged, although some of the sweaters, the words “riot” and “insurrection” had the message on Scott’s T-shirt was clear.
Two models walk the runway at Jeremy Scott spring 2019 to wear in the gallery, I in the spring Studios on November 6. September 2018 in New York City.
While backstage, the designer said he stood for “the rights of women, reproductive rights, LGBT rights, “affirmative action,”” add, “you know, it’s all in the game with this one man.”
KAVANAUGH AVOIDS, THE MESSY LISTEN TO THE WINDS, CONFIRMATION VOTE LOOMS
Supreme Court Nominee Kavanaugh in the fourth day of chaotic hearings on Friday. The day of the protest on The hill resulted in 74 arrests, with even more charged is demonstrated with the illegal.
The Senate judiciary Committee is expected to vote on Kavanaugh’s confirmation in the coming days and, if approved, he will vote in addition to the face a full Senate. With Republicans for a 51-49 majority, it is likely that he will be confirmed.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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