Did you know that Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie, and Free People—all stores owned by Urban Outfitters, Inc.—contribute to the suffering of billions of animals who are used to make clothing and accessories? PETA and its affiliates’ investigations have revealed that crying alpacas are tied to racks and left with bloody wounds from shearing; sensitive cows are burned, electroshocked, beaten, and slaughtered for leather; sheep are punched; goats often suffer from bloody, gaping wounds at mohair and cashmere operations; and workers yank the feathers of ducks and geese out by the fistful for down. There’s no reason for these brands to continue using animals for their products, especially when so many vegan materials are readily available. Don’t support Urban Outfitters brands—find fashionable, animal-friendly styles from these retailers instead:
Don’t sleep on LBLC’s lush knits and timeless wool-free jackets. This vegan brand also helps support our groundbreaking work for animals as a PETA Business Friend.
Comfy loungewear, structured pants, and flowy tops abound at I Love Tyler Madison, a brand named after the creators’ two dogs, who were adopted from shelters.
For dresses and bold-print tops, check out Della, a brand that helps create jobs in a small community in Ghana.
WAWWA’s stylish vegan streetwear is also organic and available in unisex sizing.
There’s no need for that leather patch on your jeans, which is why Boyish ditched it in favor of a vegan material.
“Fair Trade Made Sexy” is the motto of this size-inclusive brand. It even has a bridal line with silk-free dresses for brides and bridesmaids.
Shoes and Accessories
NAE’s leather-free shoes and accessories come in a variety of vegan materials, including Piñatex, an animal-free leather made from pineapple leaves.
Make a style statement in a pair of vegan shoes from Good Guys Don’t Wear Leather.
You can help influence Urban Outfitters brands to drop cruelly made materials and create a better future for animals. Demand change by taking action today: