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Chanel to ban exotic animal fur

Chanel to ban exotic animal fur

Activism, Animals, Fashion, Lifestyle
Chanel has announced their decision to exclude fur and exotic animal skins, such as snakes, crocodilians and lizards from their collections. The announcement came as part of a wave of luxury fashion brands, such as Gucci, Michael Kors and Burberry, announced their withdrawal from using animal fur. See also: Fury on Regent Street “We did it because it’s in the air, but it’s not an air people imposed to us. It’s a free choice,” Bruno Pavlovsky, Fashion President at Chanel, said to British Vogue. The brand’s attention will shift to the research and development of materials and leathers generated by “agri-food” industries — British Vogue (@BritishVogue) December 4, 2018 “The champagne corks are popping at PETA, thanks to Chanel's announcement that it'
Fireworks are not your pet’s friend

Fireworks are not your pet’s friend

Environment, F1, Lifestyle
While Bonfire Night fireworks may be entertaining for us humans, animals aren’t having any fun.   During the past week, the fireworks all over the UK increased the stress levels of pets. Pet owners on Twitter are calling out the people who are lighting fireworks in their backyards and hurting their pets. There have been some cases of missing pets and animal deaths as result.   Can’t people just go to organised fireworks displays run by professionals instead of letting them off on every back garden pissing off every Dog, Cat and baby for miles around?! #Fireworks #BonfireNight #Displays #Annoying — Daniel Green (@Greeny_original) November 3, 2018   #fireworks are not fun for animals. TV turned up loud, tried tablets last year they didn’t work 🙄 can we just ban

How to build a cruelty free and vegan beauty routine

Beauty, Fashion
With more and more big name brands making the transition to cruelty-free beauty, we wondered what all the fuss is about and how to make our routines more bunny-friendly. There is no doubt that ‘vegan’ has been a hot word in the last few years. Thanks to celebrities and social media the vegan lifestyle has blown up and became one of the most popular trends in the world. So popular in fact, that The Vegan Society now estimates that there are over half a million vegans in the UK. So, naturally, it was only a matter of time until what we put on our faces took a turn for the green also. But what exactly is vegan and cruelty-free beauty, you may ask? Cruelty-free is the label used for products that are not tested on animals, and vegan products are those not containing any animal products. It’s