When our favorite celebs are asked the question “Who are you wearing?” on the red carpet, the answer is usually a fancy-pants designer. But off the red carpet, some stars know how to work a very different kind of fashion statement. We love how they manage to tackle issues like the environment or the Presidential election without saying a word. The fashion police would have a hard time criticizing the following five fashion statements. (Go ahead, Joan Rivers. We dare you!)
Katy Perry: President Obama sure has a friend in Katy Perry. During the 2012 election season, Perry blended her trademark quirky style with her political commitment. You don’t have to guess her political stance with this skin-tight Obama-loving number. This begs the question—who will she wear in 2016?!
Rachel Bilson: The “Hart of Dixie” star knows how to accessorize for a cause! Seen carrying her “FEED” bag, it’s obvious this star is a supporter of Lauren Bush’s cute and meaningful line of bags. And now that FEED has teamed up with Target, there are more ways to buy a FEED product for yourself, and join the fight against hunger.
Jessica Biel: Stand Up 2 Cancer has no shortage of celebrity endorsers. Its trademark logo and t-shirt has been spotted on numerous celebs like Mrs. Timberlake and Gwyneth Paltrow. And unlike some of the other styles favored by our favorite fashionistas, this one is friendly on the wallet. You can purchase and rock your own tee, and you’ll look just like Jessica and Gwyneth! (Okay, not exactly, but you’ll look way hip—we promise.)
Hayden Panettiere: A staunch lover and protector of the ocean and all its inhabitants, Hayden Panettiere makes her statement through jewelry. The Nashville star partnered with jewelry company JewelMint to create the “Hayden Necklace,” and proceeds raise money for the Whaleman Foundation, (a non-profit research organization devoted to ocean preservation).
Lady Gaga: If there’s anyone who knows how to make a statement with her fashion, it’s Gaga. (Still traumatized by the infamous meat dress? Us, too.) Among the many causes close to her heart, the environment earned special visibility when Gaga left a London hotel wearing a “Climate Revolution” t-shirt designed by Vivienne Westwood.
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