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Stella McCartney’s New Site

Veg designer Stella McCartney launches a new website, complete with sustainable information.

Veg high-end fashion designer Stella McCartney has redone her website to feature more information on living a sustainable life and promoting the vegan lifestyle in the fashion industry, especially in the section “Green Me.” Specifically, McCartney explores both the ethical and ecological effects of fur and leather in fashion, saying, “Raising animals whose skins eventually become leather creates waste and pollution.” Additionally, McCartney includes a Q&A section, which discusses both the benefits and challenges of designing and creating high-quality items without leather. Additionally, McCartney encourages others to “Do the right thing,” which for her means being vegetarian and leading the most sustainable life possible.

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