Winners: PETA’s Vegan Fashion Awards 2014
From the catwalk to the high street, the range of cruelty-free clothing available right now is truly exciting. Shoppers are more concerned than ever about the origin of the products that they buy.
As a result, the use of pleather (synthetic leather), faux silk, fake snake and other cruelty-free fabrics is on the rise and everyone from high-street retailers such as Mango and Puma to design stars such as Sabyasachi Mukherjee is meeting shoppers’ demand for animal-free fashion.
This year for World Vegan Month and following the success of our first-ever Vegan Fashion Awards last year, we teamed up with star judges, including actor Jacqueline Fernandez, Fashion Design Council of India President Sunil Sethi and National Institute of Fashion & Technology Director General PK Gera to celebrate some of the best cruelty-free creations on the market.
“Helping judge PETA’s fashion awards highlighted for me just how wide the range of chic and cruelty-free clothing and accessories is”, says Fernandez. “From head to toe, from your handbag to your sari to your shoes, it’s easier than ever to find top-quality looks without harming a hair, a feather or a scale on any animal’s head.”
Adds Sethi, “It gives me immense pleasure to judge this prestigious award, which is a fantastic way to raise awareness about the wide availability of cruelty-free fashion”.
“Today’s generation is looking out for eco- and animal-friendly fashion and these awards will surely encourage shoppers to do more for the planet and the animals simply by choosing what products they buy”, says Gera.
The PETA-Approved Vegan Fashion Awards brings you the most desirable compassionate clothes and accessories on the market today.
You won’t want to miss items by the following winners!
Are you a designer or retailer with fabulous cruelty-free items? Write to us at [email protected], and we’ll send you more information about how to get our PETA-Approved Vegan logo.