Louise Redknapp Judges PETA’s Vegan Fashion Awards

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Last week, the lovely Louise Redknapp paid a visit to the PETA office in order to judge our 2014 Vegan Fashion Awards. Check out how she got on:

The singer, who made her name in the ’90s band Eternal and has been at the forefront of fashion ever since, confessed that she was astonished by the huge selection of stylish animal-friendly products available right now.

They ranged from bargain high-street finds from the likes of New Look and Miss Selfridge to deluxe designer pieces from Stella McCartney and Vivienne Westwood as well as brilliant boutique vegan brands such as Beyond Skin and Wills. Cutting-edge fabrics, including vinyl, super-soft cashmilon and handmade faux suede, prove that there’s no reason – or excuse – for wearing the skin or hair of animals. After all, the cruelty-free look will always be “in”, regardless of the season!

As Louise explains, chic, ethical and affordable vegan fashion makes it easy to look and feel fabulous while you’re doing something good for animals and the planet. Check out her top picks on the Vegan Fashion Awards page: PETAApprovedFashion.org.uk.



  • Simonetta commented on September 3, 2014 at 6:07 am

    Hey Louise,

    I am a new vegan and am desperate for business boots/shoes/coats. I work in finance and have to dress business like at work. I know about stores like Beyond Skin, BBBoheme or Olsenhouse but those are not the kind of shoes that I can wear at work or like to wear. To me it feels like vegans are not just hippies anymore but veganism has moved on to career women but there is nothing to wear for us. Have you seen the Bloomberg article about “The rise of the power vegan”? It would be great if you could maybe do an edition/ article on vegan clothes/boots for the vegan career woman who wants to look good and sophisticated. Stella is a start but not always appropriate for work and also, her coats are not vegan.

    Help would be much appreciated!

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