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Behind The Leather, PETA Asia

What’s really behind the leather? We find out the harsh truth in this commissioned series from Ogilvy & Mather Bangkok courtesy of PETA Asia. The insides of bags, belts and jackets are on display packed deep with heaps of fake smeared blood and reproduced animal flesh giving shoppers and onlookers a rather putrid look on one of retail’s dominant premium materials: leather. watch the video here

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