Dolce&Gabbana plans to phase up using real fur for its collections. Now mink, rabbit and fox in the fashion house’s clothes and accessories will be replaced by eco-fur garments. This was announced by the Group Communication & Marketing Officer of brand Fedele Usai. According to him, the fashion house is confidently looking to the future where is no place for killing animals for the sake of beauty.
"Fashion plays an important role in social life," said Usai, and emphasized that Dolce&Gabbana will introduce fur-free collections and develop environmentally friendly production processes.
The label is going to use new processing methods and develop production processes that don’t pollute the environment, and most importantly the company will save the jobs of fur dressing specialists. By the way, this year Italy plans to completely ban the cultivation of animals for the fur production. It is known that recently such giants of the fashion industry as Alexander McQueen, Saint Laurent, Gucci, Moncler, Balenciaga, Brioni and Bottega Veneta have already abandoned the use of natural fur.