The star sported a Planned Parenthood pin on her Givenchy Haute Couture gown

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Before the Oscars ceremony kicked off, Emma Stone had already cemented her place on the evening’s best dressed lists in an Oscar-gold old Hollywood gown by Givenchy Haute Couture. But her most noteworthy accessory was in service of a cause: a small golden pin in the shape of Planned Parenthood’s logo. Stone (who has used her clothes to make a political point before) was not the only star who made a subtle political statement on the red carpet.

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Credit: HOLLYWOOD, CA - FEBRUARY 26: Actor Emma Stone attends the 89th Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood & Highland Center on February 26, 2017 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images)

Dakota Johnson sported Planned Parenthood’s logo on her clutch, and several stars—including nominees Lin-Manuel Miranda and Ruth Negga—wore blue ribbons in support of the American Civil Liberties Union.

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Ava DuVernay also had a stylish response to the administration’s current policies, tweeting that she chose a gown by Lebanese designer Ashi Studio to represent a majority Muslim country.

Planned Parenthood (which sells the pins on its website) also Tweeted photos of their glam supporters, though this isn’t the first time during awards season that stars have fashionably shown their support on the red carpet – Tracee Ellis Ross wanted to “hock” her Golden Globes jewelry in support of the organization, while many during Fashion Week wore pink pins designed in collaboration with the CFDA.

Though red carpet interviews mostly steered clear of politics, celebrities made the most of the attention to kick off what promises to be a night full of political statements.

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