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Cruelty-free, sustainable fashion designer Stella McCartney makes transparent pumps – in case you didn’t know. Transparent shoes were identified as one of the biggest fashion trends of the summer, with stars like Rihanna, Kendall Jenner, and Kristen Stewart donning clear heels. And it looks like clear fashion is here to stay; in addition to her existing […]
Vegan musician Miley Cyrus recently stepped out in London wearing an all-black ensemble, featuring a pair of Stella McCartney’s cruelty-free, over-the-knee, leather boots and a Chanel mini-skirt. In the days that followed, she was seen wearing a vintage faux fur coat by Vivienne Westwood on her way to BBC’s Maida Vale studio, promoting her new […]
Vegan designer Stella McCartney has unveiled a new “Veg Gang” clothing collection for kids. Designed to encourage little ones to eat healthy foods, the items feature fashionable groups of fruits and vegetables. For example, one design shows a beet yelling “Beet it!” alongside peas exclaiming “Pea’s Out!” and “Cool” looking broccoli. Part of the Stella Kids collection, […]
Musician Dua Lipa recently stepped out in a vegan ensemble, with a Stella McCartney shaggy faux fur coat as the star of the show. The fashion world is veering away from fur, as more and more designers label the material as cruel and unnecessary in the modern day. Most recently, luxury designer Jean Paul Gautier […]
Vegan designer Stella McCartney is set to launch a United Nations fashion industry charter for climate action. The new charter, which McCartney hopes will “ring some alarm bells” in the industry, will launch at December’s climate change conference in Katowice, Poland. According to The Guardian, more signatories to the charter – which was initiated by the […]
Vegan, designer, and activist Stella McCartney hopes that one day the fashion industry will be free of leather clothing and accessories. In the past few months, a number of high profile designer labels have ditched fur completely in a bid to appeal to the modern demand for cruelty-free fashion. Gucci was one of the first to do […]