It's fair to say there was plenty going on in the conference hall during Theresa May's speech earlier.
One thing that did not go unnoticed on social media, although it was not widely commented upon at the time amid the wider fallout from the speech, was the PM's unusual choice of accessory.
She was wearing a bracelet featuring a huge picture of Mexican painter Frida Kahlo as well as other images associated with the celebrated artist.
Kahlo, whose extraordinary life was the subject of a 2002 Hollywood biopic starring Salma Hayek, was a member of the Mexican Communist Party, and had an affair with Leon Trotsky.
Kahlo recovered from a near fatal accident aged 18 to become one of the most influential female painters of the 20th Century and a feminist icon.
A footnote, perhaps, on a remarkable day but a statement all the same?