Ministry of Tomorrow says no more fashion “To Die For”


Eco-fashion house, Ministry of Tomorrow vows to end the animal slaughter one bag at a time


MINISTRY of Tomorrow, an Eco-fashion house, has announced the launch of its new Vegan Bag collection.

Many animals killed for leather experience cruel and gruesome treatment that is typical with factory farming. No animals were slaughtered in the production of Ministry of Tomorrow bags in contrast to the global leather industry that slays over one billion animals each year.

The new Vegan Bag collection is produced at the Ministry of Tomorrow’s fair wage, eco-factory in Nairobi, Kenya. The design is clean and chic with a Msaasai warrior inspired interior. “The significance of the design in this collection makes a statement that says we are fighting back, from the inside, and we do this by providing consciences people a high quality alternative to leather,” Julian Prolman founder and president of the Ministry of Tomorrow, said.

The handcrafted bags are made with Italian and Japanese, animal-free, finer-than-leather fabrics and the lining is made from certified organic and fair trade canvas sourced from India. The entire supply chain from seed to production considers the well-being of people, wildlife, and the planet.

“We are redefining luxury through a new expression of imaginative design that is elegant and at the same time distinctive, functional and produced in a responsible manner,’ Prolman said.

The Ministry of Tomorrow is developing a community of conscientious young spirited people who enjoy the experience of a luxury lifestyle but also want to feel good about supporting responsibly produced products that deliver social and environmental benefits.

“We want to see an end to the “fashion to die for” scenario that has sadly become a societal norm, where animals are killed for our pleasure, in a barbaric perception of luxury that literally costs an arm and a leg. We believe it is morally corrupt to produce garments and accessories at the expense of animals and nature. As an alternative, we promote “fashion to live for” and use this stand as a vehicle for activism that contributes to a movement to end the needless suffering of animals,” Prolman said.

– Jul. 23, 2018 @ 10:55 GMT

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