Designer Fashion for Paw Justice

Stolen Girlfriends Club, Ruby, Zambesi and more have joined the fight against animal abuse with Paw Justice’s new Compassion Fashion campaign

Stolen Girlfriends Club’s T-shirt print for the Paw Justice Compassion Fashion campaign, featuring Cola the French Bulldog. Picture / Supplied

Some of New Zealand’s top fashion designers are lending their talents to a good cause, for the Compassion Fashion campaign helping in the fight against animal abuse.

Ten designers have donated animal inspired prints to feature on T-shirts and singlets, with proceeds going to Paw Justice. The funds raised will help the animal welfare charity continue their work in helping rehome animals, raising awareness of dog fighting and feeding those in need.

Each limited edition print, available across a selection of styles, will sell for 10 days only – meaning fashion and animal lovers will need to keep checking back for more designer prints.

The first is from Stolen Girlfriends Club, with a print featuring Cola the French Bulldog, owned by the brand's director Dan Gosling, in a signature SGC leather jacket.

Next week’s designer is Thing Thing, with prints to come from Ruby, Zambesi, Workshop, Federation, Peter Alexander and more.

  • Shop the Compassion Fashion range here

Stolen Girlfriends Club's Dan Gosling with dog Cola. Picture / Supplied

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