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Vegan Fashion

Written by PETA | June 8, 2007

Check out this great Boston Globe article about the growth of vegan fashion. While I’m not exactly what one would call an expert in the field, it’s great to see so many companies recognizing that there is a huge market out there just waiting to be tapped. And you know the market is there when there are personal stylists who specialize in vegan fashion . . .

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And as always, anyone looking to emulate the ever so hip look I’ve got going on, feel free to get in touch and I’ll try to help you out.

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  • Meredith says:

    Thank you Scarlet! I am an equestrian and a vegan which are not mutually exclusive. I find that a horse that has a good relationship with its rider gets excited about being brushed ridden talked to bathed and petted. He aims to please and gets energized by working with his friend. I also volunteer at a riding facility in Franklin TN for children with disabilities and I’ve never seen happier horses than those working with children. The way they sense the needs of the wobbly little rider is amazing and their patience is astounding. There is an inexplicable connection with companion animals and humans and horses are certainly no exception. Though you could always go bareback Wintec does have synthetic saddles and actually I’m wearing a pair of synthetic tall boots right now! However I am sadly surprised by the lack of even vegetarians in the equestrian community. Sounds like we’ve got some educatin’ to do!!!

  • Scarlet says:

    Peta believes that horseback riding can be a good thing. Some horses even like being riden. But what peta is aggaisnt is misusing a crop or using pointy spurs. I am a Equestrian. I have been riding since I was nine. I am also a vegan. I don’t overwork my horses or mistreat them in anyway. I don’t EVER use spurs and if I ever HAVE to use a crop then I only do light taps on the horse’s shoulders to help direct the horse where to go. I also only use synthetic saddlery. In my oppion in order to be a good equestrian you must have a passion for horses. Not just riding. And shows and eventing and stuff like that is for fun not ribbons and money!

  • Sonia says:

    There are lots of synthetic saddles made nowadays and bridles without bits. But I suppose if you are vegan for ethical reasons then you wouldn’t ride a horse anyway.

  • Lisa says:

    There are Vegan saddles! Wintec is the company. Look under nonleather saddles.

  • K says:

    Haha aww you’re so cute..!

  • animalfriend says:

    what a nice picture with the PETA shirt and the horse! they should also fabricate vegan saddles and all the stuff for to ride which uptil now is still pure leather!

  • Shorty says:

    Nice durag Jack.