Fashion

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.

Los Angeles, CA- Eco-fashion house Ministry of Tomorrow announces the launch of their new Vegan Bag collection in support of the work of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), the largest animal rights organisation in the world.

The Ministry of Tomorrow offers a $50 discount with the code: PETAXMOT via Ministryoftomorrow.com. 

“MOT represents a new frontier for a way of doing business based on love for all and the notion of responsible commerce. We aim to inspire conscious fashion. “Says Julian Prolman, founder and president of the Ministry of Tomorrow. He further says, “We are creating a new standard in the fashion world with fabrics that require much more intelligence to create rather than to kill. Our fabrics benefit the planet and represent a more enlightened bag where there is attention to detail from the soil to the sale and doesn’t literally cost an arm and a leg.”

The Ministry of Tomorrow is developing a community of conscious 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 literal “fashion to die for” scenario that has sadly become the societal norm, where animals are killed for our pleasure, in a barbaric perception of luxury. 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” said Julian Prolman, founder and president of the Ministry of Tomorrow.