Posts tagged certified cruelty free
Crush Of The Month: Matt & Nat

We are so excited to announce that vegan fashion line, Matt & Nat, has registered for the Certified Cruelty Free trademark! Matt & Nat is a global vegan fashion line. Their collections can be found in boutiques across Canada, the United States, the UK, Japan, Germany and Australia.

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Our Course Is Now ACCREDITED by IDCEC!

We are so excited to announce the our Online Course is now accredited by IDCEC (Interior Design Continuing Education Council.) All ASID, IDC, IDEC & IIDA interior designers who take our course are eligible to receive 7.5 CEU credits. Click to learn more...

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As Featured On PETA: The Fur Industry

Imagine that a group of strangers knocks down your front door at random and kidnaps you and your family. Not only have they invaded your home, they also have plans to use your hair for a coat, your skin for their shoes, and whatever else they choose for living-room decorations. While this gruesome scenario is disturbing and difficult to imagine happening to us Homo sapiens, it’s an everyday reality for fur-bearing animals...

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Can Dogs Eat Bananas? 10 Toxic Foods, 23 Safe Ones and A Few in the Middle.

Choosing the wrong food for your dog may lead to poisoning or even death in some cases. Chocolates, onions, and grapes are among the foods you should never give to your dog. For them, these foods are poisonous. Some of them might not even survive it if they have ingested these foods in huge quantities...

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What Does “Conscious Living” Even Mean? By Alex Ruiz

If you’ve listened to our podcast, you know that we’re about “conscious living,” but what exactly does that mean? I define it as making better choices; from the food we choose to nourish ourselves with to the companies we choose to support and everything in between. It’s about being more in tune with how our everyday and seemingly innocuous decisions not only effect us, but also our environment, the planet, and all the other beings we share it with. It’s also about taking that extra step and extra time to research something to ensure that animals weren’t harmed or tested on, that it was ethically and sustainably sourced, that the workers that make the product aren’t victims of child-labor or work under atrocious and appalling conditions. It’s about caring a little more...

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Stella McCartney Unveils 'Skin-Free Skin' As Leather Alternative

Designer and advocate for animal welfare, Stella McCartney, showcases cruelty-free fashion as she debuts her own leather alternative material, which she calls "skin-free skin." McCartney told The Guardian, "I am so excited that we have finally developed fabrics that look just as good as the real thing and therefore genuinely pose a question to the industry about why anyone needs to use leather any more."

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Vegan Or Real Leather?

We asked people at a gift show in New York City whether they preferred real or vegan leather. After we told them they could save 1 billion animals every year by using vegan leather, their answers quickly changed. Take a look for yourself!

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Planted In Miami Podcast: The Humane Revolution

Deborah Rosenberg has always loved animals, so after learning about the atrocities occurring in various animal industries, she quickly turned her successful luxury interior design business, DiMare Design, into a cruelty-free/vegan design brand by replacing animal derived products with sustainable alternative materials. Listen to the interview with Deborah Rosenberg...

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10 Questions With Founder, Deborah Rosenberg

Deborah Rosenberg is a world-renowed vegan interior designer and the founder of Certified Cruelty Free. Deborah lives a cruelty free world in both her personal and professional life. Want a peek into the world of the cruelty free design expert? Click to read Deborah's 10-question interview!

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India & Croatia Ban Fur!

We have great news, Certified Cruelty Free followers! India has banned the imports of fur and reptile skins AND Croatia has banned fur farms. What an amazing start to the new year! India has decided to ban the import of skins such as chinchilla, reptile, fox and mink skins. It is no secret that factory farmed animals are mistreated and the methods used to kill these innocent animals are inhumane, extreme and cruel.

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The Truth About The Fur Industry

The truth about fur is disgusting, inhumane, appalling and downright morbid, to say the least. There are no penalties for abusing animals on fur farms in China, which is the world’s largest fur exporter, supplying more than half of the fur garments imported for sale in the United States. Killing methods are extreme, unnecessary, and gruesome and there is no federal humane slaughter law that protects animals in fur factory farms...

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Carrie Fisher: An Inspiration To All Animal Lovers

Best known for her iconic role as Princess Leia in Star Wars, Carrie Fisher, has sadly passed away at age 60. Aside from being an honorable feminist public figure, Fisher has inspired many through her work as an animal rights activist. Fisher fought to end the Yulin Dog Meat Festival in which she joined a protest in front of the Chinese London Embassy...

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A Well-Designed Business Podcast: About VeganDesign.org

Certified Cruelty Free founder, Deborah Rosenberg, sat down with A Well-Designed Business to discuss her passion for animal rights and how she was inspired to create the Certified Cruelty Free Certification Course & Product Licensing. Deborah is the founder of luxury design firm, Dimare Design, which prides itself on offering 100% vegan and cruelty free design options. In her journey in finding alternative and humane furnishings for her clients, Deborah became aware of the lack of knowledge in alternative resources for designers, manufacturers and even for consumers...

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