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Topshop and PETA Team Up for Animal Friendly Window Displays

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Topshop windows via Refinery29

In the greatest PETA PR move since celebrities got naked in the name of animal rights, the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals and Topshop have joined forces to combat fur in fashion. They designed storefront windows for Topshop locations in London that read "Keep wildlife out of your wardrobe" and ask shoppers to pledge never to buy animal skins.

The high-street retailer's newest collaborator isn't entirely a surprise: The partnership follows Topshop's big win in PETA's Vegan Fashion Awards in February. Has anyone told Anne Hathaway about this?
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