Category: Exotic Skins
You can do your part to prevent the suffering of ostriches on farms and in slaughterhouses by always choosing vegan foods and fashions.
Urban Outraged is a killer shopping experience by PETA that brings new meaning to the question “Who are you wearing?”
As part of an international campaign against the use of exotic skins by luxury brand Hermès, PETA and other animal rights groups got bloody loud. See the photos now.
Burberry has refused to stop using snake and alligator skins in its clothing and accessories, despite its commitment to being “a force for good in the world.” Help PETA urge the brand to give stolen skins the boot.
After Hermès executives refused to address PETA’s question at the company’s annual meeting, we called in some reinforcements wearing hazmat suits and high heels.
In a decision that will shake the entire fashion industry, luxury brand Karl Lagerfeld confirmed to PETA that it has banned exotic skins.
Here’s the true story of a PETA investigator who bravely went undercover at an alligator farm to expose the animals’ suffering. You won’t believe this horrifying report.
Louis Vuitton’s CEO, Michael Burke, claimed that the animals used in the company’s products are “humanely farmed.” PETA had a few things to say about that.
PETA has been pushing for the parent company of Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein to ditch exotic skins for over a decade, and against all odds, 2020 has turned out to be our year!
Did you know most of the 3,000 species of snakes are shy? You can discover the hidden lives of snakes and other animals in PETA President Ingrid Newkirk’s book “Animalkind.”
Experts warn the exotic skins trade may fuel the spread of diseases like COVID-19, and starting this season, Mulberry discontinued the use of skins from alligators, ostriches, and more.
A history of urging by PETA led to this huge victory for animals.
Raising and killing exotic animals for “luxury” fashion items may be setting the stage for the next viral pandemic.
“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