PETA UK Vegan Fashion Awards 2013 celebrates some of the best cruelty-free eco fashion creations on the market.
From the catwalk to the high street, the range of cruelty-free clothing available right now is truly exciting. The writing’s on the wall: ethical wardrobes have gone mainstream. More and more fashion lovers want to know that their beautiful outfit doesn’t conceal an ugly secret — the cruel abuse and slaughter of animals.
This year, PETA have teamed up with celebrity designers Sadie Frost and Meg Mathews to launch their first-ever PETA UK Fashion Awards. The winners include Vivienne Westwood, Stella Mc Cartney, Adidas, Top Shop etc.. They show just how easy it is to get the look of leather, fur, wool, silk, down and exotic skins without harming a hair on an animal’s head. Bo Carter (pictured above) was voted Most Talented New Designer.
PETA also unveiled a new Vegan Logo for designers and retailers to identify the products they are selling. Right now this is only being rolled out in the UK (Vegactu.com).