Category: Personal Care & Fashion
Urban Outraged is a killer shopping experience by PETA that brings new meaning to the question “Who are you wearing?”
PETA unveiled a 70-foot-high billboard in the middle of New York City, reminding people that leather is someone else’s skin and urging everyone to shop vegan.
After more than a decade of campaigning—including protests and runway disruptions—by PETA entities worldwide, Valentino has announced that it will ban fur.
Tofu never caused a pandemic, but it sure does make for some fantastic gift ideas! Check out all the hilarious ways PETA is celebrating tofu this season.
New regulations are expected to allow many more products to be sold in China without any animal testing. Find out how PETA is involved and what it means for consumers.
Mink lashes be gone! Yet another beauty brand drops cruelly obtained mink-fur lashes.
Do good, feel good, smell good—achieve it all with PETA’s latest Beauty Without Bunnies list addition: Secret deodorant.
Sephora has banned fur eyelashes and will sell only synthetic or faux-fur ones. Tell Lilly Lashes to help prevent animals from being killed and skinned, too.
Animals on fur farms are confined to cramped, filthy wire cages and eventually killed. Displaying new fur products for sale is wrong—and in San Francisco, it’s illegal.
J.Crew Group has filed for bankruptcy as malls across the country remain closed. PETA has a vital solution to help the retail giant revamp itself.
PETA is going full steam ahead to make the world a brighter place. See all the ways we’ve helped animals in just the first three months of the year.
“I’m choosing to be uncomfortable for this fundraiser, but dogs who are forced to live chained outside in the extreme heat or cold don’t get to choose.”
PETA is heading to the boardroom to pressure retailers Ralph Lauren, Urban Outfitters, and others not to sell items that sheep and goats suffered and died for.
PETA urged the American Red Cross to consider cows’ lives in its lifesaving flood and fire kits, and the organization and its leather-free glove initiative didn’t let us down.
“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