Convicted of "hooliganism," Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, Maria Alyokhina and Yekaterina Samutsevich have been jailed for more than five months for a performance at a church they dubbed a "punk prayer."
The band's actions were in protest to the Russian Orthodox Church's support of President Vladimir Putin, and critics have suggested the trial and verdict has the president's fingerprints all over it.
Protesters in Russia and around the world have shown their support for Pussy Riot by donning the band's trademark colorful knit balaclava masks.
Here are five ways (plus a bonus!) to get your own Pussy Riot-style balaclava.
This one is red, like Russia. And communism!
For when you're feeling girly.
In classic, slimming black. Or highly visible orange. Even when protesting, safety first!
This Etsy shop owner is donating proceeds to support Pussy Riot.
Go wild with the patterns!
Bonus: Pussy Riot your profile pic
If you're more into protesting by way of Facebook posts.
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