PETA India awards Shraddha Kapoor as Best Vegan Fashion Style Icon
Actor Shraddha Kapoor has been named Best Vegan Fashion Style Icon by PETA India’s Vegan Fashion Awards.
There is no doubt that the fashion industry is making an effort to improve the environment, and for this, it deserves an award. PETA celebrates the work of celebrities, brands, and designers who have made a difference with their vegan and cruelty-free fashion choices every year, through the Vegan Fashion Awards.
This year actress Shraddha Kapoor has been announced as the winner of PETA India’s vegan fashion award. Shraddha Kapoor’s unconditional love for animals and the environment is well known to us. And, this makes her stylish and beautiful, inside out.
Along with Sonu Sood was named the hottest vegetarian. Shraddha Kapoor was inspired to quit meat after she came across the cookbook shared by PETA India. She has been actively posting on Instagram and giving the audience a glimpse of her delicious vegetarian meals. She has always openly spoken about protecting animals.
Many other celebrities have also won the award in the past including former Miss World Manushi Chillar, Sunil Chhetri, Anushka Sharma, Kartik Aaryan, Vidyut Jammwal, Kangana Ranaut, Shahid Kapoor, Rekha, Narendra Modi, and Amitabh Bachchan.
By refusing to wear their skin, Shraddha Kapoor saves animals not only by keeping them off her plate but also by keeping them off her feet. In recognition of her commitment to helping animals through conscious consumption, PETA India has named her the Best Vegan Fashion Style Icon in India.
In addition to helping animals by not using leather, Shraddha’s decision to not use it would also inspire her fans.” Monica Chopra says when asked what makes Shraddha Kapoor the most deserving PETA India winner.
Vegan fashion is growing in popularity in India, with designers and brands contributing to the growth. This is why designers like JJ Valaya, Dia Mirza-backed Greendigo, and Anjana Arjun-backed Sarjaa have won awards. Amidst the celebrations of PETA India, Monica Chopra says, “We recognize those who work in vegan fashion, making India and the world a kinder place for animals,” adding, “From Sarjaa’s apple-skin bags to Metro’s sherbet-colored sandals, these winners have chosen to use innovative, modern textiles rather than animal products.”