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Join PETA on Polyvore!

The vegan fashionistas are here! Some of your favorite PETA Living writers have joined forces over at Polyvore to bring you weekly cruelty-free fashions. Polyvore is the Web’s largest fashion community, and it allows individuals to become trendsetters.

We are also happy to announce “Fashion Fridays”! Every Friday, we’ll feature a new look, with a different animal-loving message.

Check out our first looks below and then head on over to Polyvore and join in the fun.



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  • Stearns says:

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  • Hannan says:

    Today, I went to the beach with my kids. I found a sea shell and gave
    it to my 4 year old daughter and said “You can hear the ocean if you put this to your ear.” She
    put the shell to her ear and screamed. There was a hermit crab inside and it pinched her ear.
    She never wants to go back! LoL I know this is totally off topic
    but I had to tell someone!

  • Shannon says:

    So happy about this clothing range, now that is what I call fashion. Good news :) Where can I purchase those toms?

  • raken123 says:

    I went to Polyvore and couldn’t find anything about PETA. How does it work? More explanation, please.

  • Ashley-P says:

    Polyvore is a social networking site. Just as PETA would not delete our Facebook fanpage because Donna Karan has one, we will always use every channel available to us to spread awarness. We are utilizing Polyvore to show that you can create a fashionable outfit with out the use of animals. This is fun, just as fashion should be!

  • Michelle H. says:

    Kristen – first of all, give Autumn a break. I did find REAL feathers in some of the designs at Polyvore. Also, I don’t agree with keeping cruelty based shoes (or whatever), just because you paid too much for them. You certainly don’t sound like a real vegetarian.

  • Michelle H says:

    What in the world are you thinking PETA? Some of the “fashions” include those designed by Donna Karan – remember the PETA campaign to get her to quit using animal fur in her designs? Also, what about the feathers in some of the items? What the heck is going on?

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  • Carol says:

    This seems confused for PETA, I make a few clicks and find this:
    When I’m on a PETA site I don’t expect to link to anything remotely connected with fur, or leather, or wool~!
    Further, I am boycotting NORDSTROM because they consistently sell fur.
    What’s with you PETA, I expect better than this?
    And just in case this irritates you Diana, this is animal rights and I’ve been doing it for over forty years – a feather is a feather and Autumn has every right to ask~! Tell us what YOU have been doing for animals (without incriminating yourself of course)?

  • Carol says:

    This seems confused for PETA, I make a few clicks and find this:
    When I’m on a PETA site I don’t expect to link to anything remotely connected with fur, or leather, or wool~!
    Further, I am boycotting NORDSTROM because they consistently sell fur.
    What’s with you PETA, I expect better than this.

  • Melissa says:

    I like some of PETA’s clothing and probably would buy it even if I wasn’t vegetarian, but sadly, a lot of it is out of my price range.

  • Kristin says:

    I’m vegan and this is how I deal with leather–I have some pre-vegan leather shoes and I wear them, but I will not buy anymore. When those get worn out that will be the end of leather shoes.
    I have leather jackets from before I was vegan as well but jackets are much more noticeable and influential than shoes so I don’t wear those. They just sit in my closet. One day in the near future, when I get over how much I paid for those things, I will donate them to the Goodwill or take them to a consignment shop.
    So my advice is if you already bought it, might as well not waste it, unless, like me with the jackets, you feel bad about it. If you do feel like you can’t wear them anyway, then donate.

  • Eric Vaughn says:

    In regards to Judy’s question, I don’t think that article addressed what to do with leather shoes you already own. It basically said to lie to everyone and tell them they’re faux. I don’t feel uncomfortable lying to people to make them think I’m vegan. I’d rather be a true vegan. My advice would be to keep them out of sight and only wear them when you know others will not be looking at your feet – like when you’re shoveling the driveway. Then make those the last pair of leather boots you ever buy. That way you still set a good example, but you are not wasting a finished product.

  • Ashley-P says:

    Judy: those are great questions! I think this article might help answer some of your questions:, The last part talkes about “pre-gan” leather shoes. It is also something I will consider posting more about on PETA Living. Thanks!

  • Ashley-P says:

    Autumn: The “feather quill” is actually a wall decal from Harry Potter. I promise no animals are harmed in making giant stickers. ;)

  • judyLindow says:

    Cuute idea. So easy now with plether stuff. Question: what to do with leather around the house? is wasting it (throwing it out) dishonoring the animal too? Also, regarding pho fur. Is that ok – or is wierd like wanting to look like you’re waring someone else’s skin?

  • Diana says:

    Autumn seriously lighten organisation who commits themselves to fighting cruelty and abuse of animals all over the world, and striving to improve their quality of life, and you choose to focus on a little feather in a picture which is pobably only a computerised image anyway. Tell me what have you done to make a real difference in the lives of animals. You’re just bitter

  • Kat says:

    I love the ‘Peta is Love’! It even has the vegan TOMS I want :)

  • Victoria says:

    These are great outfits. I am actually going to order a few pieces from each. I love that if you click the picture it will link you to all the animal cruelty free items! -thanks!

  • Autumn says:

    A quill feather in the “Owl of Wisdom” display/collage!? Really PETA? A feather doesn’t exactly send out an animal-loving message, now does it? How sad :(

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