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There has been a dramatic increase [in / on] the popularity of veganism around the world in the [passed / past] decade. Many people are becoming vegans [on / in] an attempt to lead a lifestyle that is more [reduction / conducive] to helping the planet. Giving up eating meat, dairy and other food from animals constitutes the [balk / bulk] of changes vegans make to their lives. However, an increasing number of vegans are now extending their [beliefs / believes] to fashion. There is a considerable increase in the sales of vegan [clothing / cloth] , footwear and accessories. Retailers are marketing products that are [flee / free] from cow skin and other animal products. Shops are full of [synthetic / synthesis] fur coats, plastic belts, and shoes made from tree bark, recycled plastic bottles, [rubber / rubbery] and coconut fibre.

Research in the United Kingdom [reveal / revealed] that 42 per cent of shoppers considered animal [warfare / welfare] before buying clothes. The researchers discovered that people of all [ages / age] would consider purchasing vegan footwear. The [trendy / trend] in vegan fashion has also reached luxury [blends / brands] . Designer Stella McCartney has designed a new [range / ranger] of fashion that is free from leather and makes use of [recycle / recycled] products. Her new collection is based on a theme of the [iconic / icon] sixties pop group the Beatles. Ms McCartney's father, Paul, was lead singer of the group. She has designed leather-free Yellow Submarine sneakers and colourful [fake / flake] fur coats. Ms McCartney is a committed animal rights [activism / activist] .

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