The design and craft of an animal is as important to the success of a fashion piece as the design itself.
But for designers, this is often not enough to get an animal in your closet.
Animal fashion designers often face challenges in finding the right animals for their designs.
In the last few years, a slew of high-profile animal fashion designer and animal advocacy group campaigns have targeted fashion designers for their work with exotic animals.
The campaign, “Stop the Cruelty in Fashion,” was launched in January by designers who include Travolta, Bella Hadid, and Stella McCartney.
In a video, designer Stella McCartney explains why she’s pushing for a ban on exotic animals in fashion.
“We want to make sure that all animals have their rights and are respected, that we’re creating more compassionate and sustainable fashion,” she says.
McCartney’s campaign aims to raise awareness about how fashion designers can help animals in their work and provide support for animals that have been mistreated or killed in the fashion industry.
McCartney has launched the campaign on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
McCartney, a vegan, has worked with several animal advocacy groups, including the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), Animal Liberation Front, and Save Our Animals.
“I’ve been an advocate for animals since I was a child, and I’ve worked with the HSUS and other animal rights groups,” McCartney said.
McCartney started working in fashion in 2012 after being inspired by the animal rights movement.
She started her career designing clothes for children, and eventually her design work included children’s clothing and apparel for young women.
McCartney says her interest in animal fashion came from her work in the field of fashion design.
“Designers have been using animals for thousands of years, from artisans to jewelry makers,” McCartney told HuffPost.
“There is a lot of passion about animals in the design world, but it’s not always a positive place.
It’s not just about people.
There’s a lot more cruelty and exploitation in the industry.”
McCartney says she has always been a fan of animal fashion, but she realized that it wasn’t just about fashion, or animal fashion.
She began to think about her work as a designer and a campaigner for animals.
McCartney is currently working with the Humane League to help develop an initiative that will provide animal rights education for children and empower them to fight for their rights.
She believes that it is important for designers to speak out on these issues.
“What makes a great design is the way it can inspire and impact someone’s life, and this campaign is about empowering people to fight back against cruelty in fashion,” McCartney explained.
“It’s really important that designers, even in the most fashion conscious, animal fashion design, speak out against the injustices of fashion, and support those that are being exploited and abused.”
McCartney said she believes that the designers’ work should be seen as part of a broader movement in the animal fashion world.
“As designers, we need to stand up for animal rights, and that’s why I’m passionate about animal fashion,” said McCartney.
“Whether it’s a designer wearing animal print, a designer making a vegan or vegan-friendly design, there’s something in fashion that we all need to embrace.
That’s why it’s so important to me that animal fashion is celebrated, because that’s the way that it’s seen by so many people.”