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Tag : Fur

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  • islington high street

    Sale of fur banned at Islington markets Subscription

    News10 September 2019

    Islington has become the first London council to ban the sale of fur at markets throughout the borough. 

  • Victoria Beckham

    Victoria Beckham bans exotic skinsSubscription

    News12 February 2019

    Victoria Beckham has pledged to stop using exotic skins in its designs as of autumn 19.

  • farfetch fur

    Farfetch to ban fur Subscription

    News5 February 2019

    Luxury etailer Farfetch is axing products made of fur or of skins from endangered species. 

  • Chanel

    Chanel to ban furSubscription

    News4 December 2018

    French fashion house Chanel is banning the use of fur and exotic skins in all future collections.

  • Copy

    Real vs fake: the next battleground in the fur debateSubscription

    Features10 April 2018

    Versace, DKNY and Gucci have all banned the use of fur in their collections. As fake fur becomes a fashion staple, Drapers analyses the shift, and asks whether fake fur deserves its ethically clean reputation.

  • Michael_Kors__2_

    Michael Kors and Jimmy Choo go fur freeSubscription

    News18 December 2017

    Michael Kors has announced that it and its stablemate footwear brand Jimmy Choo will no longer use fur in its products.

  • net a porter spring 17 campaign

    YNAP confirms angora banSubscription

    News21 June 2017

    Yoox Net-a-Porter Group (YNAP) is phasing out the sale of angora across all its platforms, in line with its new fur-free policy.

  • Can Fur be Friendly? Subscription

    Blogs19 October 2010

    It was reported in the Independent today that ironically, the rise in popularity of faux fur has boosted the genuine fur industry. The days of pain- throwing PETA protests and supermodel campaigns seem quite distant now. It would appear that wearing fur has become socially acceptable once more.