Business

Ken Downing Leaving Neiman Marcus

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Business

Galeries Lafayette's Billion Euro China Plan

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Fashion

Is L.A. the Future of the American Runway?

clock March 22, 2019Booth Moore

PETA

PETA demonstrators in cat outfits celebrate a "No Fur" fashion week last fall in London.

Business Features

EXCLUSIVE: Film Denouncing Fur Deemed ‘Staged’ by IFF Investigators

The International Fur Federation described the 2009 video, which is used by antifur groups, as a “snuff film.”

clock March 5, 2019Arthur Zaczkiewicz

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Fashion Scoops

Victoria Beckham Ditches Exotic Skins, Reconfirms No-Fur Stance

The brand will cease all use of the skins as of fall 2019.

clock February 12, 2019Samantha Conti

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Beauty Features

Unilever Ramps Up War on Animal Testing, Dove Wins Kudos From PETA

Unilever’s largest personal-care brand, Dove, has gained PETA cruelty-free accreditation.

clock October 9, 2018Samantha Conti

PETA's "Fashion police" at work on the streets of New York.

Fashion Features

PETA Takes on the Mohair Trade

An exposé by the animal rights organization prompted retail giants including Inditex and H&M Group to ban it from their collections.

clock May 2, 2018Katya Foreman

Street style collage at New York Fashion Week

Fashion Features

The Fur Debate

It’s a complex, emotional issue. As high-profile brands exit the category, the fur industry is fighting back.

clock April 26, 2018Bridget Foley

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Business Features

Britain’s Fur Industry Bites Back

The British Fur Trade is mounting a robust defense of the industry ahead of a U.K. parliamentary hearing set for April 18.

clock April 16, 2018Natalie Theodosi

Fashion Scoops

Anjelica Huston Donates Furs in Link With PETA

The actress’ items will be given to orphaned wildlife and to help keep the homeless warm.

clock January 30, 2018Rosemary Feitelberg

A protest by animal rights activiists CAFT (Coalition to Abolish the Fur trade) against the use of fur by the Fashion industry blockades one of the venues for London Fashion Week in the Aldwych.Anti-Fur Protest, London Fashion Week, UK - 17 Sep 2017

Fashion Scoops

U.K. Judge Amends Canada Goose Injunction for London Flagship Store

The protestors can use a “loud hailer” between 2 and 8 p.m.

clock December 17, 2017Samantha Conti

Fashion Scoops

Canada Goose Gets PETA Protestors on Black Friday

The popular winter coat brand had a sizable protest in New York over its use of down and fur.

clock November 24, 2017Kali Hays

Animal rights protestors outside Burberrys show

Fashion Scoops

Animal Rights Activists Protest Outside Burberry Show

It is understood there is no fur in Burberry’s see-now-buy-now “September” collection for men and women.

clock September 16, 2017WWD Staff

The Canada Goose store in Soho.

Financial

PETA to Buy Canada Goose Stock

The animal rights group said it intends to buy about $4,000 worth of the outerwear company’s stock in an IPO expected this week.

clock March 14, 2017Kari Hamanaka

Vaute Couture vegan satin gown

Fashion Scoops

Vegan Fashion Designers Reach for Next Level: Venture Capital and Organized Supply Chain

Vaute Couture, Delikate Rayne, Nicora Shoes and Susi Studio share business strategy and push innovation at PETA panel in Los Angeles.

clock January 19, 2017Khanh T.L. Tran

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People

The Elusive Joaquin Phoenix Suits Up for PETA

The actor gave a rare interview for PETA’s new campaign.

clock December 13, 2016Kristen Tauer

PETAxMink flats

Fashion Scoops

PETA Teams With Shoe Designer Rebecca Mink on Vegan Flats

PETA Teams Up With Shoe Designer Rebecca Mink on Vegan Flats

clock December 2, 2016Marcy Medina

Fashion Scoops

Lands’ End and Eddie Bauer Execs Consider PETA Claims About Goose Farms in China

Lands’ End and Eddie Bauer executives aren’t taking lightly allegations by PETA that both companies used down feathers that were provided by a farm in China that mistreated geese.

clock May 26, 2016Rosemary Feitelberg

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A woman walks past a Tiffany & Co. store at a shopping mall in Beijing. The designer boutiques of Manhattan and Paris are feeling the chill of a Chinese economic slowdown that has hammered automakers and other industries. That is jolting brands such as Louis Vuitton and Burberry that increasingly rely on Chinese customers who spend $90 billion a year on jewelry, clothes and other high-end goods. The industry already is facing pressure to keep up as China's big spenders shift to buying more at the spreading networks of luxury outlets in their own countryLuxury Shopping Chill, Beijing, China - 29 Nov 2018

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