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Sophie Uliano, Summer Raynes Oakes To Judge Fur-Free Fashion Competition

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The battle to encourage more designers to go fur-free rages on. Earlier this morning we showed you a new ad from PETA featuring a partially naked Khloe Kardashian urging the fur-free lifestyle. Now, we’ve got word of a new fashion design competition called “fffashion”.

The contest is a collaboration between Born Free USA united with Animal Protection Institute and E Magazine. The judges include some our favorite green personalities like Summer Rayne Oakes, Sophie Uliano, and E Magazine editor Brita Belli. “Being fur-free is both socially and environmentally responsible. Not only is the use of fur unconscionable in this progressive day and age, it is damaging to our wildlife, our ecosystems and people who work in fur processing factories,” says Uliano. “In short, it’s impossible to design with fur, sell fur, or wear fur, and claim one is anything close to being ‘green’.”

Independent designers are invited to enter their fur-free fashion designs for cash prizes and the chance to be featured in a full-page ad in the September/October issue of E Magazine. Sounds like a wonderful opportunity for any ethical designers out there looking to have their work exposed to the world!

Interested? Check out the complete contest details over at the official site here.

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