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PETA announces 2014 Vegan Fashion Awards winners

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In recent months the media has paid a good deal of attention to the plight of animals when it comes to fashion, particularly the mistreatment of angora rabbits, which came to light following PETA’s investigation into Chinese angora farms.

Now, the animal rights group has praised a number of fashion brands for their ethical approaches, honouring them in its second annual PETA UK Vegan Fashion Awards.

Both designer and high-street labels featured in the Awards, such as Vivienne Westwood, who is well-known for promoting ethical and environmental awareness messages through her designs, and high-street fashion favourite Topshop. 

For readers interested in finding out more about ethical fashion brands and products, the winners of each category are listed here:

 

PETA Vegan Fashion Awards winners 2014

 

Most Talented New Designer: Alice Vandy

 

Most Stylish Men's Belt: ASOS Chino Belt with Map Print

 

Most Stylish Women's Belt: Next Black and Stingray Asymmetric Keeper Jeans Belts

 

Most Stylish Purse: Topshop Snake Frame Purse

 

Most Stylish Wallet: Topman Leather Look Weave Emboss Wallet
 

Most Stylish Gadget Accessory: Ted Baker Jerro Mini iPad Case


Most Stylish Women's Knitwear: Stella McCartney Jacquard Jumper

 

Most Stylish Men's Knitwear: Marks & Spencer Cashmilon V-neck Jumper

 

Most Stylish Men's Outerwear: Vivienne Westwood Printed Jacket with Neon Trim

 

Most Stylish Women's Outerwear: Miss Selfridge Collarless Neon Zip Coat

 

Most Stylish Men's Bag: John Lewis Dalaman Briefcase

 

Most Stylish Handbag: Taeseok Kang Shopping Paper Bag

 

Most Stylish Men's Shoes: Wills Faux Suede Derby Shoes

 

Most Stylish Women's High Heels: New Look Cut Out Lace Up Shoe Boots

 

Most Stylish Women's Flat Shoes: Beyond Skin Bessy Faux Patent Shoes

 

Consumers can find an up-to-date list of where companies stand on issues such as the angora ban at www.PETA.org.uk




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