Saks Fifth Avenue undertakes to stop selling animal fur products until the end 2022 year. This includes products from both brand partners and private label products sold online and in stores.
“Using Saks Fifth Avenue as an example, we evaluate a number of factors when making decisions about our range, including customer preferences and social change,” said Tracy Margolis, Director of Merchandising at Saks, at statement. “We are aware that trends are constantly evolving and that the sale of fur remains an important social issue. Thus, excluding it from our range is the right step that we must take now. “
By this decision, Saks Fifth Avenue will refuse to sell products made from animals raised to use their fur or products made from wild animal fur. Unfortunately, sheepskin, goatskin, cattle hide, down, feathers and leather goods will continue to be sold online and in stores.
Saks Fifth Avenue plans to close all of its fur stores by the end of the year. 2021 g. The luxury retailer will also work closely with supplier partners to phase out fur sales both online and in stores by the end of the year. 2022 year.
WAN recently reported in the news that Alexander McQueen and Balenciaga has joined a rapidly growing group of fur fashion designers, including: Prada, Gucci, Armani, Versace, Michael Kors, Jimmy Choo, DKNY and Burberry.
In the past few years, bans on the use of fur have been introduced in San Francisco, West Hollywood, and Angels. IN October 2019, In defense of animals and his allies celebrated a groundbreaking victory when California became the first state in the country to ban the sale of fur and the capture of fur.
In Great Britain, International Humanitarian Society works tirelessly to ban the sale of fur to their #FurFreeBritain campaign.
Help convince the UK government to ban the sale of skins from all animals killed for their fur. HERE!
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Victory Mail! Saks Fifth Avenue joins a growing number of haute couture brands that are ditching fur! first appeared in World Animal News.