(Louisville, KY) - GRACESHIP, a designer laptop bag company based in Louisville, KY, has recently received certification from PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) as a cruelty free vegan company. The popular American animal rights organization is endorsing GRACESHIP for its commitment to balancing style with sustainability and compassion.
GRACESHIP meets the high standards PETA sets for endorsement, and is the only Kentucky-based company to have received the endorsement. GRACESHIP utilizes advanced technology in its manufacturing process to create premium products without sacrificing durability or style. GRACESHIP's signature laptop bags (New York, London and Chicago) resist scratching, fading, and water damage.
Owner and designer Emily Gimmel underwent a rigorous application process to become “Vegan Certified” by the famous organization. Each qualifying company must complete a detailed application process and sign a statement of assurance that their products are entirely vegan.
"Companies using the logo know that demand for animal-free materials is on the rise and that consumers are looking for ways to help animals—and there is no better way than to buy a product for which no animals had to suffer," said Tracy Reiman, executive vice president of PETA. "PETA is honored to partner with compassionate companies like GRACESHIP, which chooses to sell cruelty-free accessories and provide consumers with the assurance that no animals were harmed."
PETA recently introduced their PETA-approved vegan logo to showcase fashion companies that produce products without animal ingredients or testing. This logo helps consumers easily identify brands that are cruelty-free.