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Giorgio Armani Eliminates Fur From Fashion Lines

Written by Vegetarian Star on Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016 in Fashion.


Giorgio Armani has announced it will end the use of fur in its fashion lines.

Armani, 81-years old, cited the changes in technology that allow for a finished product to reflect a high-end and quality look without cruelty.


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Pamela Anderson Launches Vegan Shoes

Written by Vegetarian Star on Saturday, February 27th, 2016 in Actresses, Fashion.


Pamela Anderson may be better at promoting things without instead of with clothing and her new vegan shoe line is no different.

The actress and animal rights advocate has unveiled her foot fashions wearing little more than the actual product.

Instead of adding designer to her CV, Anderson would prefer to call her latest project another form of activism.


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Nikki Reed Launches Freedom Of Animals Handbag Collection With Morgan Bogle

Written by Vegetarian Star on Wednesday, October 21st, 2015 in Actresses, Fashion.


Nikki Reed has launched a sustainable fashion line with designer Morgan Bogle.

Bogle is known for his Freedom for Animals brand, which aims to promote awareness of environmentally friendly fashion.

The Nikki X Freedom for Animals collection consists of three bags, all made from 100% locally-sourced polyurethane.

Admitting to her love for leather, the Twilight actress explains how buying synthetic material is a step in the right direction.


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Ellen DeGeneres Promotes Leather And Suede In New Shoe Line

Written by Vegetarian Star on Friday, September 18th, 2015 in Fashion, Not So Vegetarian, TV Hosts.

Ellen DeGeneres

Ellen DeGeneres has just insulted veganism by putting her foot in her mouth.

And this foot has tons of cow hide on it.

The talk show host who’s been promoting an animal-free diet through the media and her daytime show has launched a line of footwear that are made from leather and suede.


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Morrissey hasn’t done an in-person interview in a decade, but he made his comeback a great one by discussing several vegan topics on Larry King Now.

The singer and vocal animal advocate took off his shoe and placed it on the table during the interview to show how fashionable leather-free can be.


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Stella McCartney Ends Sourcing From Unethical Wool Supplier

Written by Vegetarian Star on Friday, August 14th, 2015 in Animal Issues, Fashion.

One of the arguments of veganism is that products with claims to be “ethical” or “humane” aren’t always what they advertise.

Such was the case of a wool farm that Stella McCartney used for her clothing line.

After learning about mistreatment of the animals, the vegetarian fashion designer has severed ties with the producer.


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Zahia Dehar PETA

When one vegetarian captures another on camera, it’s something beautiful.

Such is the example in a new pro-vegetarian ad featuring Zahia Dehar sectioned and marked like the animals that go to market.

Singer, musician and vegetarian Bryan Adams is behind the photography of this provocative piece.

The ad reminds everyone that most mammals have similar regions on their bodies that can be labeled just as the animals eaten by people.


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Cornelia Guest Launches Faux Leather Jacket Collection

Written by Vegetarian Star on Friday, January 2nd, 2015 in Fashion.

Cornelia Guest Olive

Cornelia Guest has launched a line of faux leather jackets.

The Cornelia Guest for Project Gravitas collection features three jackets that start at $295.

Leather is often worn by those looking to display a sporty and potentially rebellious side and judging from the description of the three faux jackets, they sound perfect for the person who is wanting a hard-core look that is soft on animals.


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