Today’s shoppers are rejecting cruelty to animals, and that includes ripping out birds’ feathers and leaving the animals bloody so that the feathers can be stuffed into coats. With so many high-tech vegan materials on the market, only companies that are completely out of touch with society pay for animals to be abused and killed—and for the planet to be destroyed—for fashion.
Companies such as Ecoalf have seen that the vegan fashion revolution is here. After hearing from PETA, the Spanish retailer has not only debuted a line of “PETA-Approved Vegan” environmentally friendly jackets but also pledged to drop feathers, including down, from all its designs by 2020!
Seriously, how dope is this men’s 100 percent recycled nylon jacket …
… this completely sustainable, adjustable vest made from water-repellent recycled fibers …
… and this eco-friendly, waterproof jacket that offers protection from the elements and protects the planet by using only vegan fabrics?
Ecoalf’s stylish outerwear is putting compassion into fashion, and kind-hearted consumers will take notice.
The company has found a way to upcycle some of the most harmful trash on Earth. Discarded fishing nets are choking the life out of our oceans, but Ecoalf takes them—along with tons of other discarded plastic items—out of the ocean to create its recycled nylon. It also uses secondhand cotton and has even found a way to repurpose recycled tires for the bases of flip-flops. These materials save oodles of energy and water, and best of all, they save animals’ lives.
PETA Knows Of at Least 1,000 Ways to Veganize Your Wardrobe
Conscious consumers can find products from over 1,000 companies using the “PETA-Approved Vegan” logo. This means that there are more than 1,000 ways to opt out of buying dead animals and start shopping vegan. Need more help finding animal-free threads? Check out PETA’s “How to Wear Vegan” tips today.