Urge online retailer Fab to stop selling cruelly produced angora wool!
A PETA video exposé of Culver Duck Farms, Inc.—the second-largest duck slaughterer in the U.S.—reveals that ducks were kicked, thrown, slammed against walls, and kept in isolation for weeks.
Women display their “bruises” to highlight the everyday violence hiding in plain sight at the shopping mall.
The AMNH’s live exhibit teaches the dangerous anti-conservationist message that wild animals are ours to dominate and display in tiny tanks for profit.
Please urge the American Museum of Natural History to shut down the alligator and crocodile exhibit and stop supporting the skins trade.
More and more companies are realizing that cruelty-free chic is the way to go.
New Zealand singer Kimbra explains why she will never wear angora again.
French fashion brand The Kooples has decided to uncouple from the cruel fur industry.
Excellent news for compassionate fashion: After meeting with a PETA France representative and receiving tens of thousands of e-mails, phone calls, and social media messages from PETA supporters, chic …
A punk-inspired protest showcasing leather-, wool-, and fur-free fashion marked the start of London Fashion Week.
Three models rocked designer vegan items in the middle of the Piazza del Duomo in Milan to show that no animal needs to suffer for fashion.
This snow globe is telling shoppers: ‘s no more wool.’
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Most leather comes from developing countries such as India and China, where animal welfare laws are either non-existent or not enforced. In India, a PETA investigation found that workers …