Kaley Cuoco and Brad Goreski Show Off Vegan Fall Fashion

New PETA Videos Showcase Animal-Friendly Trends in Shoes, Jackets, Bags, and Beyond

For Immediate Release:
October 8, 2019

Moira Colley 202-483-7382

Los Angeles – Want the scoop on fall fashion? Kaley Cuoco and Brad Goreski have you covered! The longtime friends teamed up with PETA for a new video campaign highlighting some of the biggest fashion trends this season, including vegan leather, animal prints, and metallics—all 100% animal-friendly.

One video showcases women’s fashion—among other looks, Cuoco models a bright metallic jacket, an edgy vegan leather jumpsuit, a pop-of-color purse, and animal print shoes—and another highlights men’s trends, including a vegan motorcycle jacket. “Fashion is … always about evolving,” Goreski says. “So when you are making purchases for your fall, winter, spring, summer, all-season wardrobe, please consider vegan and cruelty-free fashion.”

And in a Q&A with PETA, Cuoco and Goreski gush over their rescued animals, stress the importance of spaying and neutering, and discuss one of the biggest recent developments in the fashion industry: “I do not wear fur,” says Goreski. “I do not style with fur. And I’m really, really happy that the fashion world is starting to phase fur out of their collections at some of the biggest fashion houses in the world.” Cuoco adds, “There is no need for it. There’s so many good materials out there that are vegan and that look gorgeous and feel delicious.”

Leather is the most economically important coproduct of the meat industry, so choosing vegan leather spares cows the cruelty of castration, branding, and tail-docking as well as their throats being slit in slaughterhouses. Vegan leather—which can be made from mushrooms, pineapple, apples, recycled plastic, and more—is also kinder to the environment, as more than 90% of the Amazon rainforest that’s been cleared since 1970 is used for either grazing or growing food for cattle used by the meat and leather industries.

Cuoco and Goreski are part of a long list of celebrities—including Cuoco’s Big Bang Theory costar Mayim Bialik, Goreski’s Fashion Police cohost Kelly Osbourne, and Goreski’s clients Jenna Dewan, Lea Michele, and Sarah Hyland—who’ve teamed up with PETA to promote kindness to animals.

PETA—whose motto reads, in part, that “animals are not ours to wear”—opposes speciesism, which is a human-supremacist worldview. For more information, please visit PETA.org.

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