Gay marriage rulings: Members of the plaintiff team Wednesday after the Supreme Court decisions

Plaintiff team members Adam Umhoefer, from left, Paul Katami, Jeff Zarillo, David Boies, Kris Perry, Sandy Stier and Chad Griffin wave from the Supreme Court's steps after favorable rulings on June 26, 2013, in Washington. (Win McNamee / June 26, 2013)

With the Supreme Court deciding two marriage equality cases Wednesday, and Twitter reaction coming fast and furious, I was interested to see how the fashion industry would respond.

The industry has been incredibly supportive of gay rights over the years. Isaac Mizrahi and Michael Kors recently married their same-sex partners, while Tom Ford, Christian Siriano and other designers have spoken out on the issue in interviews. Vogue Editor in Chief Anna Wintour released a video stating her opinion that the right to marry is as fundamental as the right to vote.

And yet, American designers and brands have been largely quiet on Twitter on Wednesday morning. Michael Kors, Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, Ralph Lauren, Diane von Furstenberg and others have not commented on the rulings.

Here are a few Tweets from designers and brands that have appeared in support of the decisions.

Marc Jacobs Intl ‏@MarcJacobsIntl

We at MJ are proud of our country! The Supreme Court has voted down DOMA. Thank you Justice Anthony M. Kennedy!

Prabal Gurung ‏@prabalgurung

Its a home run for gay rights today. Not a grand slam but a good home run. Next stop all 50 states. Justice Kennedy. YOU are my hero - PG

Rachel Zoe ‏@RachelZoe1

What a major step forward for #marriageequality—beyond excited & proud of this country today! #loveislove @BarackObama

Ding dong, DOMA's dead! 

Always Be One.


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