When we buy leather, we financially support the slaughter of cows. We also greatly impact the environment around us.
Meet Strongheart and other rescued cows, who feature in our campaign alongside ambassador DJ Tigerlily, as she tells us about the leather industry, what it means for cows, and what we can wear instead.
Ethical fashion does not involve paying for the slaughter of animals. By entering a few details below, you can commit to a kinder world and pledge to say 'no' to leather when you shop!
As thanks, we'll send you an e-mail containing discount codes for leather-free products from vegan brands, as well as further information to help you on your way.
Donations allow us to continue our work advocating for a world that is kinder for animals. You can support our campaign, or support our Liberation Sanctuary, by sponsoring a rescued cow like Strongheart.
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