MILAN — Furla is the latest fashion brand to go fur-free, beginning with the cruise 2019 collection that will be in stores in November. All women’s and men’s products will be made using ecological fur.
“Over the past year, Furla has grown exponentially at an international level,” said Alberto Camerlengo, chief executive officer of the group. “The decision to progressively ban from the collections the use of animal fur is a project that confirms the brand’s increasing interest in the environment, with particular attention to the animal world, to which Furla is very sensitive. The decision, moreover, responds to the growing request for ethical products by consumers who are more and more aware and attentive to these themes.”
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