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INTERVIEW: Why John Bartlett Thinks Cruelty-Free Fashion is Going to the Dogs (Literally!)

Posted By Yuka Yoneda On August 24, 2013 @ 10:56 am In Accessories and Fashion,Design,Interviews | 1 Comment

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Fashion designer John Bartlett [1] is best known for his classic American garments, but when he’s not creating impeccable clothes, he’s passionate about spreading awareness about animal welfare. We recently caught up with Bartlett [1] at the Healthy Food in Fashion Gala [2], and got a chance to talk to him [1] about why he chooses to embrace cruelty-free fashion and the The Tiny Tim Collection [3], his latest line of clothes that benefit organizations that rescue dogs from kill shelters (just like his own 3-legged best friend Tiny Tim) and find them new homes. Read on for the full interview [1]!


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[1] Image: http://www.ecouterre.com/john-bartlett-thinks-cruelty-free-fashion-is-going-to-the-dogs-literally

[2] Healthy Food in Fashion Gala: http://www.ecouterre.com/healthy-food-in-fashion-gala-raises-funds-to-feed-nyc-schoolchildren/

[3] The Tiny Tim Collection: http://www.johnbartlettny.com/

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