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Skinnydip London teams with PETA on new collaboration

Fashion brand launches clothing and accessories range with the animal rights organisation.

Skinnydip London has collaborated with animal rights organisation, PETA on a new range of clothing and accessories.

The womenswear collection aims to ‘colourfully express’ the powerful message against the exploitation of animals, reported The Industry.Fashion.

Items include shirts featuring cartoon bunnies and the ‘Live Cruelty-Free’ slogan, a matching phone case with the words ‘Choose Kindness’, a t-shirt featuring a growling tiger with the words ‘Fur is Dead’ in its teeth and ‘Happy In My Own Skin’ t-shirts and hoodies with a floral snake motif.

“Whether it’s summer or winter, haute couture or ready-to-wear, kindness is always in fashion,” commented Elisa Allen, director at PETA. “The PETA x Skinnydip collection allows shoppers to promote animal rights – and look fabulous doing it.”

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