“I hope that this more designers to follow suit”.
Actress Olivia Munn has the bosses of Chanel praised because this is the next fashion house has become that stops with the use of real fur and exotic animal skins in their luxury designs.
The past few months, representatives of Versace, Michael Kors, Gucci, Burberry, and Coach have already announced plans for more animal-friendly measures, and now the executives of Chanel same for future dazzling fashion creations announced.
A representative of the brand explains that the decision is partly taken because it’s “harder” in order to locate materials that meet their ethical standards and requirements for sustainability, and that the new ban designers the opportunity to create “a new generation of high-end products to create”.
The move has been praised by activists from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) and now share Olivia her joy about the news on social media. “This is AMAZING!! @chanel,” tweette them next to a PETA news article about the initiative.
They placed also a screenshot of the comments on Instagram, and said: “I hope that this more designers to follow suit”.
Animal lover Olivia has long relied on fashion industry leaders to the use of fur in their clothing, and previously stripped down to dig down to pose nude for PETA’s ‘I’d rather naked than fur wear’ campaign in 2011.