At the current FDCI x Lakmé Fashion Week, the world of fashion and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India continued their collaboration with Sustainable Fashion Day, as part of which leather-free creations were promoted.
The lookbook, curated by various brands, featured actor Milind Soman and his wife, Ankita Konwar, who have been vocal ambassadors for PETA India. “With so many wonderful vegan shoes, bags and jackets available today, no one has to hurt animals for clothing and accessories. Designers and brands featured in PETA India’s Vegan Fashion Look Book know that compassion is always in style, ”said Sachin Bangera, PETA India’s Director of Public Relations and Celebrities.
“Every time we dress vegan, we choose to be nice. I joined my friends at PETA India to show off some of the many luxury vegan and eco-friendly materials available these days at FDCI X Lakmé Fashion Week. ”Milind Soman, who looked stylish in the wide range of outfits, from ethnic to athleisure , He said.
“PETA India’s Vegan Fashion Look Book tries to show how easy it is to look like a killer without killing animals,” said Konwar.
The garments on display were created without furs, leather, wool, exotic skins, cashmere, mohair or silk. The designers involved in this project were Proyog, Daisy Days, Urvashi Kaur, Outhouse, Papa Don’t Preach by Shubhika, The Frou Frou Studio, Azga, Equiivalence, Ethik, Mati, Strey, A Big Indian Story, Paaduk’s, Countrymade, Kunal Anil Tanna, Jenjum Gadi, No Nasties among others.
The couple snapped a sharp picture as they posed in earthy colors and different styles of outfits.
Ankita looked gorgeous in a red halterneck dress with pockets. The look was paired with closely braided hair.
In another look, she was seen in a ruffled-detailed dress that was styled with gently curly hair and elegant jewelry.
In a video shared by Lakme Fashion Week, the couple spoke about the need to protect animals. “Get comfortable in your own skin and let the animals have theirs,” Ankita said.
What do you think of her look?