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I am intrigued by the idea of wearing vegan shoes but am not sure how sweaty feet will survive in them. This short video features Natalie Portman who talks about her vegan shoe line for Te Casan, a 5500 square foot shoe haven in New York whose doors were shut in 2008.

What are your thoughts on being animal cruelty-free and on leading a vegan lifestyle?


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5 Comments:

margot hollaender said...

Interesting topic
i really like natalie, she is in fact quite a smart woman. And of course its brilliant to use fame and possibilities to stand for a good cause. And its always good to stick to one you feel connected to, so as she is a vegan thats intelligent. Although I liked her brown hair better, it just looked more natural and made her look more sexy somehow. And its quite funny she chose to wear an animal print top. haha
Bodyshop is also a good opportunity to avoid animal cruelty in products, because their campagne is against animal testing as well as for protecting our planet from global warming.

Grayburn said...

Hey Margot, Thanks so much for sharing what you think about this. I didn't even notice that animal top cause I was so busy looking at her hair! You're so right about the blond hair on her. I am a fan of the body shop and I love that I can use a discount card there :)

Latinminx79 said...

Thanks for posting this I absolutely love her. I think she is a real genuine good person, unlike a lot of actresses out there. She is good role model for young girls. Not only is she beautiful, and intelligent but also she has causes she stands for. Also I think she has such a natural beauty.

Grayburn said...

Hi Latinminx79, I find her genuine and her intelligence such a nice mixture. I love that she is herself and is beautiful with or without alot of makeup. Like you said, she really is a great role model.

x have a great weekend,
Grayburn

Make Do Style said...

I think it is a good ethic but commercially it doesn't have a chance!