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MINK Shoes Gives Celebrities Green Options For Their Soles

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Buxom blonde Pamela Anderson extended her veg-advocacy from her stomach to her toes with sustainable vegan footwear along with Denise Richards in their latest comedy Blonde and Blonder, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in France, according to MINK Shoes founder and owner, Rebecca Brough.

MINK Shoes—a vegan shoe company dedicated to animal-welfare and environmental conservation—offers fun, sexy, flirty, vegan high-heels for woman. Green and Hollywood veg die-hards like Natalie Portman and Alicia Silverstone off set their carbon footprint to an even greater extent thanks to Brough’s signature dainty, glamor-gal, animal-inspired designs constructed from cork, denim, linen and additional non-leather fabrics. The vibrant, eye-catching fancy footwear comes packaged in recycled, hot pink, girlie-girl boxes adorned with a picture of animal of inspiration.

At roughly $350–$400 a pop, the haute pair do not come cheap—but, neither do the unsustainable Manolo Blaniks and Jimmy Choo shoes.

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