Category: Personal Care & Fashion
After hearing from PETA, The North Face, Supreme, and other brands confirmed no more cashmere. Read why kindness to goats is always in fashion.
Love shopping at Target but wish it would stop selling down products? Learn how a Target shareholder ruffled feathers at the company’s annual meeting.
A fan of Earth Day but stuck on how to contribute? PETA’s witty ad ending with “or put a cork in it” will have you laughing and learning how to help the planet.
Learn How Rabbits Are Exploited in Laboratories, on Angora Wool Farms, and Elsewhere This Easter Sunday
These shocking facts about rabbits might inspire you to take action for bunnies this Easter.
Can rice art depict a cow so effectively that it wins your heart? Watch this short time-lapse video to discover more reasons to love these gregarious grazers.
Hating on PETA won’t change the facts: Countless animals are suffering, and we have the power to help them.
Learn why Amazon is in hot water for selling products that contain THIS ingredient.
Skincare routines, shopping guides, ways to help animals, the latest vegan trends—peta2’s new website is helping young people make a world of difference.
Did you know that the world’s wealthiest person built his fortune on animal suffering? PETA reveals how Louis Vuitton’s CEO got filthy rich selling exotic skins and fur.
Curious why a Schiaparelli-esque “sheep” popped up at New York Fashion Week? PETA’s got the answer, plus other reasons to go wool-free.
After Hearing From PETA About How Goats Suffer for Cashmere, Naadam Removes ‘Cruelty-Free’ Claims From Its Website
Here’s what happened after PETA fired off a letter to Naadam, which urged the company to stop calling cashmere “cruelty-free.”
Which department store ditched products made of exotic skins, favoring compassion for animals? Macy’s! Learn how PETA helped make it happen.
Cruelty is never in fashion! SMCP Group told PETA France it will stop using birds for their down and feathers by the fall–winter 2023 season.
After learning about our alpaca investigation, Deckers footwear brands—including UGG, Sanuk, and Teva—have banned alpaca fleece!
You won’t want to miss your chance to get exclusive PETA merch with a heartwarming message, designed by illustrator Betsy Baytos.
“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE
— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind