FAKE Museum: Los Angeles’ Ethical and Cruelty-Free Fashion Museum
If you’re from L.A (or even if not), you’re up for an extraordinarily compassionate and highly up-to-date event that will host designers from around the world. A dedicated museum to showcase ethically made fashion will open its doors to the public this June 26th amidst the city of Los Angeles, near Melrose Place. Known as the ‘FAKE Museum,’ the goal will be to establish a platform for global designers and vegans to promote their ethically derived and cruelty-free made products and accessories.
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The FAKE Museum to open its doors in Los Angeles this June 26th as a vegan fashion museum
‘F.A.K.E’ stands for ‘The Fashion for the Animal Kingdom and Environment.’ Envisioned by Jonathan Ohayon- Animal rights activist and co-founder of the Parisian brand Arsayo, the F.A.K.E Museum concept initially started as pop-ups on Melrose Ave, LA. And after the events turned out to be very successful, Ohayon decided to create a museum where the public can learn about “new alternatives to animal products in fashion.”
As for the FAKE museum, it will hold free tours of 25-minutes each where folks will be enlightened about solutions for the negative impacts from the fashion industry. Ohayon stated “During our tour, we spend less than 5 minutes on the negative part. Our goal is to show amazing alternatives for a better world.”
The FAKE museum debut event will host a number of designers from across the globe, who all will showcase innovative vegan alternatives to traditional fashion materials like leather, wool, and silk. There will also be ethical make-up, products made of vegetable-based leathers like that of pineapple fiber, mango, cork and apple skin, plus more.
The Museum will be open to the public from June 26th to August 31st. For a free tour, grab your appointment here.
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