The ambitious goal that rapper/activist turned entrepreneur Gaia’s Eye (real name Gabriel Nadler) is working to advance with his new Animal Rights-dedicated company, vegan brain food .
But the primary vision of the “Animal Rescue Life” brand, for which Vegan Brain Food is the first manifestation, is to push the entire multi-billion dollar vegan food industry towards a new paradigm and a new realm of competition, where customers actually expect their favorite brands to give a meaningful percentage of profits back to the animals who inspired the global rise of veganism in the first place.
Kylie Jenner at Schiaparelli Haute Couture Spring-Summer 2023 collection with a huge lion’s head attached to her dress.Credit: AP
WAV comment – I wonder if any of these ‘oh so’ couture houses have ever donated any money to the preservation of wild animals such as lions and wolves ? – very much doubt it.
And Naomi Campbell; was she not once heard to say that she would rather go naked than wear fur ? – ok, this is not real fur, but in our opinion, it is promoting the use of fur and as a result, either the breeding or killing of animals for their fur.
Kylie Jenner criticised by animal rights groups for wearing lion’s head to Paris couture show
Reality TV star Kylie Jenner has caused an up-roar after appearing in a dress accessorised with an uber-realistic life-sized lion’s head at Schiaparelli’s couture catwalk show in Paris.
The wild accessory was pinned onto the shoulder of a black strapless dress as she took her front row seat at the legendary fashion house’s label’s spring-summer 2023 couture collection.
Ms Jenner’s lion’s head – replete with fangs and bushy mane – was a preview of the collection, and was joined on the runway by other beasts’ heads, including a wolf, modelled by Naomi Campbell, and a snow leopard.
Carrie Johnson attacks ‘grim’ fake animal head couture dresses
Carrie Johnson (wife of ex UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson) has accused an Italian fashion house of promoting trophy hunting after supermodels wore life-sized fake animal heads on the catwalk at Paris Fashion Week.
But the show caused environmentalists, including Carrie Johnson, to accuse the fashion brand of “promoting trophy hunting” by using the fake animal heads.
Ms Johnson posted online about the show, with the message: “Grim! Real or fake this just promotes trophy hunting. Yuck”.