Fur means animals tortured, anally or vaginally electrocuted, and then skinned and chemically treated to make a coat that is (in this day and age) completely unnecessary. Want to know what arctic explorers wear in the ice cold? Synthetics! That’s right, you are more likely to win friends with fleece than fur! With all the fabulous alternatives to fur (um, Vaute Couture coats, anyone?) why on earth would a fashionista with a heart (aka a compassionista!) participate in a trend that is cruel and violent. If you love your dog, then make them earmuffs to match your fur coat – or don’t wear fur at all.
While fashion week in NYC is literally rolling in fur (even Louboutins runway shoes were covered in fur) a handsome young warrior named Joshua Katcher is blazing a trail, standing by at the fashion shows with his glitterati team of activists, all dressed to the nines giving out a free “fashion” magazine which seem to be like any trendy mag, large and hip, covered in models and fierce clothes… til you get to the inside of the publication and see this;
This volume features eco-fabulous designers Dirty Librarian Chains, Matt & Nat, Olsen Haus, Marlena Pavich, Natalie Rae Richardson, VPL by Victoria Bartlett, Even Wren, April 77, and Imposter; an essay by Animals Asia founder and CEO Jill Robinson; and the art of Rob Bigwood, Alyssa Diaz, Jordan Elise, Christopher K. Lees, Tara Jacoby, Jess Evelyn Leroy, Kyle Opheim, and SIT.
All these clothes, shoes, bags, products, and models are 100% vegan!
Tags: Alyssa Diaz, and Imposter; an essay by Animals Asia founder and CEO Jill Robinson; and the art of Rob Bigwood, April 77, Christopher K. Lees, Cosmopolitan (UK), Dirty Librarian Chains, Even Wren, Fabulous Furs, Fur Coats, Jess Evelyn Leroy, Jordan Elise, Kyle Opheim, louboutins, Marlena Pavich, Matt & Nat, Natalie Rae Richardson, Olivier Lalanne, olsen haus, pinnacle ny fashion week, PINNACLE: Reinvent the Icon, Shelly Vella, SIT, Tara Jacoby, Vaute Couture coats, Vogue Hommes International, VPL by Victoria Bartlett