peta1Black Score has collaborated with PETA on a great range of t-shirts and sweats featuring (in their own words) “some pretty pissed off little dudes who are through being fucked with”. A percentage of each sale goes to PETA to support their work. Also by wearing the clothes you are spreading the anti-fur message loud and clear – so much easier than projecting your most disapproving bitch face at some fur-wearing muppet. Of which there sadly still are a few.

Simeon Farrar – the designer behind Black Score, a label of clever, funny and stylish slogan t-shirts – was eager to team up with PETA UK for a limited-edition collection of ‘Black Score for PETA’ animal rights-themed t-shirts and jumpers.


The designs, which are drawn by hand, take on every subject from fur to wool to the meat industry. It’s all in support of PETA’s motto: “Animals are not ours to eat, wear, experiment on, use for entertainment, or abuse in any other way.”

“I’m really excited to be collaborating with PETA” says Farrar. “They are so passionate and proactive in the crusade against animal cruelty. Black Score is often raising the middle finger for the animal kingdom so to do it in support of a charity like PETA is a true honour”.


Simeon Farrar is a London based designer who trained in Fine Art. In February 2004 he launched his label of men’s and women’s ready-to-wear. He has won the New Generation Award at London Fashion Week three times and is stocked worldwide. Black Score is his latest project.

Prices start at £30 and you can buy online now. Black Score is also stocked at Selfridges and ASOS.

Words by Anna Bang


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