Changing the Game: These Powerhouse Women Know the Future of Fashion Is Vegan

Mýa, Evanna Lynch, and other strong female celebrities and influencers are teaming up with PETA and womenswear brand Delikate Rayne to change the game for animals used for fashion. Watch as they discuss what led them to start wearing vegan.

With a combined Instagram audience of over 8 million followers, Mýa, Lynch, Dawn Richard, Daniella Monet, Harley Quinn Smith, Cammie Scott, Yovana Mendoza, Jenné Claiborne, Renee Olstead, and Meg and Komie Vora are all using their voices to reach more people than ever with a stylish message of compassion. Get your faux-suede cap today, and start changing the game with them.

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17 thoughts on “Changing the Game: These Powerhouse Women Know the Future of Fashion Is Vegan

  1. I don't know if peta knows this but read the following. I posted this on a smoking causes cancer youtube page after I had firsthand witness: The FDA is still testing this shit and every new, old, used and retrial drug on monkeys, mice and small dogs in their huge multibuilding White Oak FDA Campus in Maryland. Each "thing" gets different intervals of exposure hours, minutes, days, weeks, years and then each are either suffocated or get a spike to the brain so each animal can be dissected, ripped right up from their tummies the poor things. This is because an easier death with drugs "could" harms the results so to make sure everything dies without drugs because drugs ""could"" "interfere" with "science" (results) they're suffocated so the heart explodes. Monkeys, mice, rabbits and cats are "bred" using the same DNA so the animals are mostly clones. Again, so the results aren't skewed. Basically everything, everything, is tested for FDA approval or disapproval and retested over and over and over and over and over. Because of the clones used each animal costs thousands and thousands of dollars. Each drug being tested and retested can cost millions for 1 pass, trial, etc.. Where's the transparency? There isn't any, never was, even when the catch phrase "transparency" was coined by the last administration. Doesn't stop here either.

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