After Moncler, Valentino or the Kering group (Yves-Saint-Laurent, Gucci, Balenciaga…), it is the turn of the Italian luxury house Dolce & Gabbana to announce the end of the use of fur and leather angora in its collections. .
This is a big step forward for animal welfare: Dolce & Gabbana pledged Monday, Jan. 31, not to use fur and angora in the manufacture of its clothing from this year 2022, NBC News reports.
However, the Italian brand does not intend to end all cooperation with local players in the sector. As specified by luxury diary, Dolce & Gabbana will continue to use its privileged contacts to apply their artisanal working methods to alternative materials for fur and angora, especially faux fur made from recycled materials.
This initiative is part of an eco-responsible and beneficial approach to animal welfare.