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Would you wear a fox tail on your head? or a dead chinchilla around your neck? I didn’t think so. Then, why are fashion houses still using fur in their collections? There clearly isn’t anything fashionable about adorning a dead animal’s fur around your neck.
This is 2018.. not 200BC when cavemen killed animals and wore their fur as clothes. How can some of us be so primitive, if not stupid to pay for fashion like this?
The good news is that some of the world’s favourite fashion brands, have decided to rethink their choices of fabrics and fur. (See the list below)
LUXURY BRANDS THAT ARE NOW FUR FREE
While these brands seem to have had a reality check into the year 2018 from 200BC. There has always been some brands with fashion-forward thinking. These fur friendly brands include Stella McCartney, Kate Spade New York AND Alexachung WHO WERE & STILL ARE FUR FREE.
If you learnt anything today, the next time you go out shopping, keep an eye out for these logos or simply search the brand and their use of fur. I believe that being mindful and educated is just as important as the money you pay for the purchase. Therefore, You have the right to know exactly what you are buying and you have the responsibility to read the garment tag and ask questions.
With regards to the rest of worldwide fashion creators…
WILL THESE LUXURY BRANDS COMMIT TO THEIR FUR FREE COLLECTIONS BY THE BEGINNING OF 2019?
ONLY TIME WILL TELL.
In the interim, it’s important to highlight the value of previous petitions and campaign which have not been overlooked. There has been significant change in worldwide governance in relation to fashion and animal cruelty. Below is a list of countries and cities that have contributed to this change.
LIST OF REGIONS WITH LEGISLATION BANNING
I urge every single fashionista to support campaigns and sign petitions to further this fight against fur fashion and fur farming, as we can speak up for those furry, fluffy creatures that can’t!