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Chrissie Hynde’s Vegan Fashion

Chrissie Hynde designs vegan fashion line with JP Jones.

Chrissie Hynde, musician and The Pretenders’ frontwoman, is teaming with Welsh singer JP Jones to create an eco-friendly clothing line. The line, to be titled Fairground Luck, will be completely leather- and all animal skins-free. The designs will be geared toward musicians, including staples such as skinny jeans, jackets, boots, t-shirts, and handbags, all with a rocker flair. “I love handbags and shoes,” Hynde said in an interview with Vogue. “Everybody will be able to find everything they love in a non-leather version. Fashion should be fun.”

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