Given the current political climate, it was only a matter of time before fashion designers started infusing their designs with what they see in the headlines.

Ricardo Seco is the Mexican-born designer behind "Juntos/Together," a collection that celebrates and unifies immigrants.

Seco was born in TorreĆ³n, Coahuila, Mexico and has been using his cultural roots as a source of inspiration for his designs. He also started the project, "Yo Soy Mexico" ("I Am Mexico") that creates opportunities in the industry for Mexican talent .

His presentation debuted at New York Men's Fashion Week and the clothes — quite literally — speak for themselves.

Seco's designs tackle Trump's anti-immigration stance and plans for a US-Mexico border wall.

I mean, if you're out fighting the good fight in the cold, you can't do better than a coat in the colors of the Mexican flag that reads, PROUD IMMIGRANT, right?

Seco also wove American pride and a message of unity into the collection.

And of course he used a mix of Mexican and American models.

By taking inspiration from his homeland, Mexico, and combining it with his current country of residency, the US, Seco is telling a story that many people can relate to; he's creating his own version of a protest against Trump's ideologies. 

"Juntos lograremos el respeto."

Translation: "Together we will achieve respect."

Seco also reimagined Trump's famous campaign slogan: "Make America Great Again."

The designer's message is as clear as it can get.

One look at his entire line and you can see that it supports and honors immigrants — in direct opposition to Trump's views.

It's also a reflection of Mexican-American identity.

But at the same time, it's not forgetting the struggles we face now and the ones that are ahead during Trump's term. 

This isn't the first time Seco has used his platform to call out Trump.

His fall/winter '16 collection, titled "Serape Time," was an homage to Mexico's vibrant culture and traditional style. It included a T-shirt with an image of Trump that read: "I'm Mexico. Who is Trump?" 

The shirt is still available for purchase, here.

As the quote Seco used from former Mexican president Benito Juárez goes, "Entre los individuos, como entre las naciones, el respeto al derecho ajeno es la paz."

Translation: "Among individuals, as among nations, respect for the rights of others is peace."