Her pale pink floral Andrew Gn gown might have looked sweet as pie, but her accessories had a little bite to them — so, where can you buy Lola Kirke's "F*ck Paul Ryan" pin? The Mozart in the Jungle star's statement-making pin complemented her dress perfectly in a matching shade of pale pink, and it almost blended in seamlessly with the gown's embroidered pansies for a surprisingly subtle (yet decidedly not subtle) look.
As Kirke explained to ELLE Magazine, the pin says a lot:
I'm wearing a F*ck Paul Ryan pin ... Paul Ryan is talking about defunding Planned Parenthood. I think that, along with a number of other decisions that are being talked about being made by the new administration, is atrocious. As a person with a platform, no matter what size it is, I think it's important to share your views and maybe elevate people that might agree with you, that maybe won't feel like they can have the same voice. My body my choice, your body your choice.
If you're looking to nab the pin for yourself, it might take a little bit of extra effort: Turns out, Kirke's pin was custom-made by her stylist and her stylist's son — so, if you want one, you'll have to follow their lead, and find yourself a button maker. Luckily, they're pretty easy to come by, and even easier to operate. And honestly, is there anything cooler than handmade anti-Paul Ryan accessories?
Plus, while "Fuck Paul Ryan" pins are a bit harder to find right now, the Internet is absolutely exploding with cool anti-Trump flair. A quick trip over to Etsy will give you more than enough political accessories to wear on the daily.
Awesomely enough, it's not the first time Kirke has used her red carpet appearances to speak out against Ryan — she wore a similar pin in Planned Parenthood pink, both at the BAFTA Tea Party and at the W Magazine It Girl Luncheon.
It also looks like she's sharing the pins with her celebrity friends — Transparent creator Jill Soloway sported a matching "F*ck Paul Ryan" button at Amazon's Golden Globes afterparty.
Guess it's time to splurge on a button maker, right?