Skinny Dip, a British fashion and accessories brand, has collaborated with PETA, an animal welfare organization to create 6 limited edition, animal-friendly collection of womenswear clothing and accessories.
The new collection aims at educating the public about animal cruelty and encouraging animal love.
The limited-edition items that are included in the collection: three t-shirts, a sweatshirt, a hoodie, and a phone cover, all includes phrases like "Choose Kindness," "Happy In My Own Skin," and "Fur Is Dead."
Prices range from 18 pounds for a t-shirt to 35 pounds for a hoodie, with 10% of all profits from this collaboration going to PETA.
Skinny Dip, headquartered in London, began with the introduction of the first phone case in 2011, before expanding to include clothing and other products over time. The Simpsons, Disney, and SpongeBob have all worked with the company in the past.
PETA is well-known around the world for its exposés of fur and exotic-skin factory farms, which track sick and exhausted animals in often-ignored facilities.
Speaking about the collection, Elisa Allen, PETA director, said kindness is still in style, whether it's summer or winter, haute couture or ready-to-wear. The PETA x Skinnydip collection helps customers to support animal welfare while still looking great.
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