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An Interview with Pooja Rathor - Animal Rights Activist

An Interview with Pooja Rathor - Animal Rights Activist

We already have cruelty free versions of fur, wool, and leather. Also, I don't think anyone likes to pay for cruelty.

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An interview with Susmitha Subbaraju

An interview with Susmitha Subbaraju

The myth that vegan food isn’t delicious and the search for healthy vegan options is gradually diminishing thanks to restaurants like Carrots, India’s first vegan restaurant. Recognized as the co-owner of Carrots,  an outstanding chef and a compelling influencer, Susmitha Subbaraju has had quite a lot on her plate since she turned vegan to bring an end to the inhuman dairy industry. Let’s know more about her appealing vegan journey. How did you first get into veganism? My husband and I turned vegan in 2003. First, he went vegan out of curiosity and then for animal rights reasons. He influenced...

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An Interview with Aashti Sindhu - 'That Vegan Pilot'

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An Interview with Aashti Sindhu - 'That Vegan Pilot'

Vegan fashion to me is about being fashionable with a conscience. In this profit-driven world, it’s hard to find a company that cares for the planet and the animals as well as trying to provide styles that are classic but also versatile.

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An interview with Cowvathi's Shasvathi Siva

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An interview with Cowvathi's Shasvathi Siva

I try to re-purpose as many older clothes as possible and style them differently. If I do buy new clothes, I give away the same number of clothing items to someone in need. I'm consciously buying only from smaller businesses that are working very hard in building a sustainable world.

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An Interview with Rao Shruti Rathore, Vegan Fashion Activist

An Interview with Rao Shruti Rathore, Vegan Fashion Activist

I've always felt the need to speak about the importance of #Authenticity in Fashion. Fashion is our unique expression but in today's world, it has lost its meaning altogether. We are wanting to be someone else while forgetting who we really are. 

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