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Fashion

Fashion

Fashion

Fashion shouldn’t be fatal! Check out PETA Living’s cruelty-free fashion guide, featuring items for every style and budget.

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Start a New Easter Tradition

Start a New Easter Tradition

Cruelty-free Easter? I think the peaceful Jesus that I’ve grown familiar with would agree with that sentiment.

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Gimmie That Vegan Peacoat!

Gimmie That Vegan Peacoat!

This freezin’ season, wear a coat that’s not made out of wool, and show everyone that compassion really is beautiful.

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Win Pam’s New Cruelty-Free Malibu Fragrance!

Win Pam’s New Cruelty-Free Malibu Fragrance!

Because Pam is such a good friend to animals, it’s no surprise that the entire Malibu fragrance line is 100 percent vegan and is not tested on animals.

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Fake Snake Is Chic … and Cheap!

Fake Snake Is Chic … and Cheap!

It’s so easy to find affordable, nice fakes these days, so there’s really no excuse for buying the real (cruel, dead) thing.

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Vegan Shoes Take Over the World?

Vegan Shoes Take Over the World?

Vegan products are pretty much synonymous with eco-chic—environmentally friendly style that is taking fashion magazines and runways by storm.

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Cruelty-Free Hair Color

Cruelty-Free Hair Color

No matter if you prefer an all-natural dye, a quick pick-up box from the drugstore, a semi-permanent color, or a salon service, there is definitely something for everyone.

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Put on Your (Vegan) Dancing Shoes!

Put on Your (Vegan) Dancing Shoes!

Here are a handful of places with cruelty-free dance shoes to get your feet moving—without stepping on any animals’ toes!

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Confronting a Fur-Wearer

Confronting a Fur-Wearer

Sometimes you need to be a voice in defense of those who cannot speak for themselves!

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Why TJ Maxx Is Great

Why TJ Maxx Is Great

If you’re looking to stretch your budget by buying less expensive personal-care products, you might want to give TJ Maxx, Marshalls, and Big Lots a try.

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