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Sadie Sink On Vegan Clothes And Animal Rights

When actress Sadie Sink wore a gorgeous vegan leather piece and lace dress at the 70th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, she grabbed the attention of many people. The cruelty-free dress was actually made by Rooney Mara’s Hiraeth Collective, a vegan clothing brand.

Most commonly known for her role as Mad Max on the popular Netflix show “Stranger Things,” Sink made her appearance at the 2018 Emmy Awards truly memorable. She wore an all-white vegan dress at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. She was also joined by her “Stranger Things” co-stars Gaten Matarazzo, Finn Wolfhard, Noah Schnapp and Caleb McLaughlin.

Sink claimed that she had always admired Rooney Mara’s sense of style. Molly Dickson, Sink’s fashion stylist, shared how she trusted Sink with her vision of going for a particular look showcasing one of Mara’s Hiraeth Collective pieces.

According to Veg News, it started with a conversation between Mara and her team. Considering the fact that Sink was one of the youngest and uprising stars today, not to mention she’s also vegan, it seemed like it was an obvious collaboration.

In fact, Sink was one of the first celebrities to wear pieces from Hiraeth Collective. She first started wearing Mara’s pieces at the 2018 Kids’ Choice Awards when she wore a black-and-white corduroy suit partnered with faux leather vegan combat boots.

In one of Sink’s interviews, she revealed that she is eternally grateful for Mara in creating an animal-free collection. She also shared that she does it for the animals. Sink explained that Woody Harrelson, who is a longtime vegan, greatly affected her decision to become one. Sink did some research about veganism by watching documentaries, claiming that going vegan was the best decision she ever made.

Moreover, Sink is one of Hollywood’s many plant-based activists and leaders. She even took part in an animal rights documentary entitled “Dominion.” She was one of the film’s narrators alongside with other vegan celebrities. It was the Farm Animal Rights Movement who confirmed Sink’s participation with the project. Sink also takes the time to participate in other causes such as the National Dogfighting Awareness Day.