Moncler renounces the use of fur

Italian fashion brand Moncler has announced that it will no longer use real fur in its collections : the autumn-winter 2023 collection will be the last to feature it.


In turn, Moncler wants to further demonstrate its commitment to animal welfare and a sustainable future by making the decision to go fur-free.


“This decision is consistent with Moncler’s ongoing commitment to responsible business practices and builds on the brand’s constructive and long-term engagement with the Italian animal rights organization LAV as a representative of the Fur Free Alliance.”, said Moncler.


Today, the abandonment of animal fur is a strong marker of brand values and in line with public opinion. In fact, according to a survey carried out by IFOP in 2021, 90% of French people would oppose the animal fur trade.


This is why the all-powerful fashion companies such as Moncler, Chanel, Gucci or Canada Goose are committed to this Last September, it was the Kering group that renounced fur sito web dell’azienda.


Through Moncler Born to Protect, the brand is proposing its sustainable development plan where the approach consists of protecting the environment. This involves the use of low-impact materials that meet sustainability standards and recycled materials.







Featured photo : © Moncler


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