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Vaute Couture Accepting Preorders for Winter Line

The cruelty-free clothing line offers 50 percent discounts to eager vegan fashionistas.

Vaute Couture, which made waves earlier this year for being the first vegan fashion company to get an exclusive show at New York’s Fall Fashion Week, is accepting website preorders for its fall/winter 2013 line “For the Strong of Heat.” To promote the new collection of casual dresses, men’s and women’s jackets, and sweatshirts, Couture did a photo shoot at the Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary for its look book, and during the first 24 hours of preorders, all coats were 50 percent off while organic dresses, satin pants, and Sherpa turtlenecks were 35 percent off. According to Vaute’s Facebook page, an extended men’s collection is slated to launch within the next few weeks.

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