The dress is made from ethically produced Georgette silk and chiffon. It will be on sale from mid July for £350 at the Wildlife Works website and distribution deals with other retailers are being discussed.
£40 from the sale of every dress will help fund RSPCA campaigns, while 3% of total sales will go towards funding the Wildlife Works eco-factory and wildlife sanctuary in Rukinga, Kenya.
Andrew Smith, the chief executive of Wildlife Works UK said: “Consumer powered conservation is at the core of our company philosophy, and this collaboration with the RSPCA is a great opportunity for us to harness our creativity to design a dress that puts animal welfare at the top of the fashion industry agenda.”
David Bowles, Head of external affairs for the RSPCA said: "We hope that this will strike a chord amongst all those who care about animal welfare, and inspire other fashion designers and retailers to rise to the challenge and place animal welfare at the heart of their creations.”