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Cruelty-Free Fashion

Designer Victoria Bartlett goes fur free, teams up with the Humane Society to encourage awareness.

While fur is unfortunately still used in many fashion houses worldwide, there are some designers whose ethics dictate otherwise. World-renowned trendsetting designers such as Stella McCartney, Charlotte Ronson, and Betsey Johnson have decried its use, and now Victoria Barlett joins their ranks. Bartlett has joined forces with the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) to create awareness around this furry issue. Today, the HSUS will be sponsoring the debut of Bartlett's Spring/Summer 2010 runway show. HSUS literature, buttons, and protest materials will be distributed to the crowd during the show.

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