The animal rights organization took advantage of the recent stock market downturn to influence decisions at nearly a dozen fashion companies.
Plus, what's the deal with wearables and fashion?
Can the activist group get fashion to give up another animal material?
As consumer tides are changing, animal welfare groups are adopting new strategies.
Feathers, as opposed to materials like leather and fur, don't necessarily require animal slaughter — but that doesn't automatically make their harvest more humane.
The animal rights group is encouraging consumers to call for a ban on fur production in France.
A store location at a mall in Duluth, Ga. had previously displayed an orange hoodie that bore the words "Dogfight in Random Alley."
The demonstrators played recordings of shrieking animals and shouted "Shame on you!" at the designer.
Plus, Rebecca Minkoff is taking her runway show to L.A.
Plus, how magazines are figuring out new ways to streamline costs.
Complete with sunglasses and white hair.
Plus: Jhené Aiko partners with Teva on capsule collection.
PETA reps are probably prepping as we speak.
Plus, "Glamour" has launched an app that helps you decide whether or not to wear a coat.
And Oscar de la Renta found itself in the middle of a PETA scuffle after a website falsely claimed its shoes were made of elephant skin.
The outdoor retailer joins Stella McCartney in doing so.
The lifelong vegetarian will no longer source material from the Argentinean ranch that also works with outdoor clothing retailer Patagonia, among others.
And shares of Abercrombie & Fitch hit a three-month high.