Animals Used for Clothing

Photos: ‘Grim Reaper’ Haunts Forever 21 in Seoul, Tells Company Sheep Suffer for Wool

How many more times must we expose the cruel treatment of sheep in the wool industry before Forever 21 does the right thing?

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PETA U.S. Complaint Prompts Canada Goose to Change False, Misleading Marketing

The brand has changed some of its language (pertaining to “ethical” sourcing)—but not much has changed for the coyotes and geese being killed for its garments.

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Harry Potter Knitwear Firm Bans Cashmere Following PETA’s Investigation

The original supplier of the Hogwarts uniforms worn in the Harry Potter movie series has just banned cashmere from its Hogwarts merchandise and other products.

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Victory! Prada Is Going #FurFree

After more than a decade of PETA action, including runway takeovers and headline-grabbing demonstrations, Prada bans fur.

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Over 340 Fashion Retailers Around the World Are Banning Mohair After Seeing PETA’s Investigation

After watching PETA’s video exposé of the mohair industry in South Africa, you won’t be surprised that top fashion retailers are now ditching the material.

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Another Fashion Victory! Chanel Bans Fur and Exotic Skins

Chanel is the first big-name fashion brand to ban fur as well as the skins of exotic animals. Learn more about this vegan fashion milestone victory!

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Victory! Burberry Bans Fur and Angora

The brand has announced that it’s ditching these cruelly obtained materials.

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Victory! New Zealand Bans Mulesing Mutilations of Sheep

After pressure from animal advocates, the country has passed a law banning one of the worst abuses endured by sheep in the wool industry.

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Burberry Is Setting Fire to Items That Cost Animals Their Lives

Perhaps if Burberry eliminated cruelly obtained animal skins from its designs, there wouldn’t be over 40 million kilos of unsold merchandise to burn.

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PETA Has Decimated the Angora Industry. Now Let’s Win Against Mohair

The success of the anti-angora campaign has effectively decimated the industry. With angora on its way out, PETA and our international affiliates set our sights on mohair.

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