FUR FACT: This fox logo indicates a company that has committed in writing to be fur-free through the international “Consumers for a Fur Free Society” program. They state, “We encourage companies on our list to take the next step and put their commitment in writing through this program, and proudly display the fur-free fox logo on their door”.
I believe that fashion designers are to blame for the increase in fur sales. So many people just want to follow the trend, so if it is on the cat-walk they will wear fur just because they think it is stylish. How narcissistic is that?
Read more: Fur is back – would you wear it? (theguardian.com)
This week, September 6th 2013, is the New York Fashion Week and Animals Defenders International (ADI) is calling on fashion lovers everywhere to say NO to fur.
ADI has witnessed the terrible suffering of animals farmed for fur – and discovered animals with open and infected wounds, eyes infected or missing, tails bitten off, deformed legs, severely overgrown gums resulting in difficulty eating and drinking
John Bartlett is fur-free designer. He is a compassionate and talented designer. Don’t you just love the animal motifs on his shirt?
John, we can’t thank you enough for all you do for animals!