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F.A.K.E News Alert- Vegan Fashion Pop-Up to Arrive in LA

by | April 16, 2019

What does being a faker mean to you? Does it mean being phony or spreading misinformation? Co-founder of Arsayo and founder of the FAKE Movement, Jonathan Ohayon, has a different meaning for the word. Keep reading to learn more about the FAKE movement and their upcoming Los Angles Vegan Fashion pop-up which will feature ethically-made and cruelty-free fashion pieces.

F.A.K.E News Alert- vegan Fashion Pop-Up to Arrive in LA
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F.A.K.E News Alert- Vegan Fashion Pop-Up to Arrive in LA

The F.A.K.E. Movement’s mission is a simple one, one that is hidden in its name- Fashion for the Animal Kingdom and Environment. Gone are the days where we need to rely on animal cruelty for both fashion and basic needs (When I say gone, I mean those days have been long over) Against what they call “carnivores” fashion, the movement aims to bring ethical fashion to the forefront of the fashion world- to make noise, to be seen, to be the majority in fashion.

It is our responsibility to change our way of consuming. But let’s be honest, it’s not very easy to find nice cruelty-free & ethical fashion.
This is why F.A.K.E. movement gives you options and help you to make that change!

F.A.K.E. Movement

There will be a good bit of well-established designers expected to be partaking in this pop-up including Arsayo (Paris), Blue District (Los Angeles), JOZ couture (Paris), Anastasia Bones (Miami), Jarod Pi (France), King Design (Los Angeles), and Animal Facing Left (Israël) among others.

Ethically-made, sustainable, and vegan fashion is not only what many of us want today, but it is what Mother Earth needs. We can not simply buy from HM’s conscious line, as activists, we must do more than that if we want cruelty-free fashion to be the dominant way of doing things.

If you are interested in attending this pop-up, the first ever F.A.K.E. popup will be held May 11-12, 2019 on Melrose Ave. in Los Angeles, California. If you go, don’t hesitate to let us know on Instagram @Raisevegan. Happy shopping!

And of course, don’t forget to get connected with F.A.K.E. by visiting their website which you can access here in order to be the first to know when a new event will be taking place.

What does the F.A.K.E. movement look to you? Do you think that Los Angeles is already a haven for ethical, cruelty-free vegan fashion or do you think there is still a long way to go? Let me know in the comments below.

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Gabriella Anaya

News Editor | Limoges, France | [email protected]


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