Since 2020 Mayla is a 100% vegan fashion brand, certified by PETA, the world’s largest animal rights organisation. The certification guarantees that everything produced by Mayla is cruelty-free and contain non-animal derived materials.

PETA-Approved

Teaming up with PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), Mayla is one of the first ”PETA-Approved Vegan” fashion brands within its field. With more than 6.5 million members and sup- porters, PETA is dedicated to establishing and protecting the rights of animals and works through public education, cruelty investigations and animal rescue, legislation and protest campaigns. To mark off the first vegan collection Mayla collaborated with PETA and made a limited edition MAYLA x PETA organic cotton sweatshirts.

Mayla vegan fashion



“Vegan is the most sustainable option,
and no one has to die for it”

 

Why Vegan

As a cruelty-free brand we believe that neither the environment nor animals should be victims of humans way of living. Animals are individuals with their own needs and desires. They experience joy, pain, devotion, and fear. But in animal agriculture, they’re raised for human purposes and treated like objects, with the intention of selling them for slaughter. 

In addition to causing the suffering and deaths of billions of animals each year, the production of animal-derived materials is one of the biggest causes of climate change. Producing and purchasing animal hair and skins helps the animal agriculture and meat industry to remain solvent, contributing to the cruelties of the business as well as greenhouse gases.

Globally, animal agriculture is responsible for more greenhouse gases than all the world’s transportation systems combined and is also a leading cause of rainforest destruction. Other factors include the toxic chemicals needed to keep animal derived materials from decaying and the enormous amount of water used in the industry. Consequently, choosing vegan fabrics, even if they include synthetics, are the more sustainable choice, and nobody has to die for it.

    
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