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Kut from the Kloth’s New Jeans Raises Awareness for Animal Welfare

In an ongoing effort to use fashion for good, Kut from the Kloth launched two exclusive denim styles inspired by animal welfare organization Peace 4 Animals.

The foundation is the brainchild of filmmaker and philanthropist Katie Cleary, the newest face of Kut from the Kloth’s Heroes & Heritage initiative that showcases “pioneering women” making changes in society.

The Peace 4 Animals & Katie Cleary Collection is available exclusively online and features two skinny styles, the Premium Heritage Mia Fab Ab Skinny and the Premium Heritage Mia Skinny, both $98 and available in sizes 00-18.

Both styles use denim from Kut from the Kloth’s latest Heritage Denim Collection featuring premium jeans with washes inspired by the ’80s and ’90s.

Kut from the Kloth launched its Heroes & Heritage campaign in February and featured five change-making women: Mika Leah, American Heart Association ambassador and Goomi Group founder; Crystal Egger, an Emmy-winning meteorologist and entrepreneur; Meg Haywood Sullivan, a photographer and environmentalist; Nascar champion and STEM advocate Julia Landauer; and Rachel Moore, a dive-master and adventurer.

Cleary founded Peace 4 Animals in 2012 after years of animal activism. The organization, which serves to protect the environment and its inhabitants, has since raised tens of thousands of dollars for animal organizations around the globe.

“We are proud to support Peace 4 Animals by helping bring awareness to the harm these animals face, and support Katie Cleary in all her efforts,” said Evelyn Ober, Kut from the Kloth creative director. “Cleary brings much-needed attention to this important cause.”