Dolce & Gabbana ends the use of fur


Italian luxury fashion brand Dolce & Gabbana joined several other fashion brands Monday (January 31) when she announced in a joint statement with animal rights group Humane Society International that she would end the use of fur in all of her collections later this year.

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals first mentioned D&G’s plans to give up fur and angora Wednesday (January 26).

“The entire fashion system has an important social responsibility role that needs to be promoted and encouraged,” Fedele Usai, head of communications and marketing at Dolce & Gabbana, said in the joint statement.

“Dolce & Gabbana is working toward a more sustainable future that cannot envision the use of animal fur,” Usai said in the Associated Press report on Monday (January 31).

Several other fashion brands – including Armani, Kering, Prada, Valentino, Versace, Moncler and luxury e-commerce platform Yoox Net-a-Porter – have already said they will ban the use of animal fur in their products, as part of an appeal to young consumers. , who are “increasingly sensitive to ethical and environmental issues,” the report says.

“Ending the use of fur creates a higher standard for what is acceptable in fashion,” said PJ Smith, director of fashion policy for the Human Society of the United States and The Humane Society International, in the AP report.

In its statement, D&G said it would replace the fur in its clothing and accessories with eco-friendly fur, the report says, while also working with master furriers to preserve jobs and sell their knowledge.

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