Leading fashion brand Canada Goose no longer uses fur
Canadian fashion brand Canada Goose announced Stop using fur In its products by the end of 2022. As a major fashion brand that still produces products using animal fur and feathers, the company has been under tremendous pressure to stop this practice. In a statement, Canada Goose announced that it will stop purchasing fur before the end of this year and will stop producing fur products before the end of next year.
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Barbara Cartwright, CEO of Humane Canada, welcomed the move, saying that it placed the company on advocacy Animal rights“We appreciate Canada Goose’s commitment to stop using all furs by the end of 2022, and their leadership in the industry,” Cartwright said. According to MSN.
International Humane Society/UK Executive Director Claire Bass also praised the move, saying it was a huge blow to the fur trade.
Canada Goose is one of the world’s leading brands and has performed poorly in the war against the use of animal products in the fashion industry. The company was founded in Toronto in 1957 and has faced legal and protection struggles for more than a decade.The animal rights organization PETA has long been committed to preventing the use of Canada Goose fur In its products. PETA held a protest outside the company’s New York store in March, which is believed to have affected the decision.
“map After years of high-profile protests, severe exposure, celebrity lawsuits, and legal battles, the company and its affiliates today suspended international activities against Canada Goose because the company has finally admitted and will stop using fur-protecting sensitive and smart The coyotes are protected from being caught and killed in barbaric steel traps,” the organization said.
Although PETA has celebrated the end of fur use, the organization still hopes to re-use fur with Canada Goose feather In its products.
Canada Goose’s decision that no fur is seen as a step in the right direction, as several major fashion brands have already taken the same move.Nowadays, fur is not so popular, such as Prada, Gucci and Versace have stopped using fur in their products. Long-distance products are also banned at London Fashion Week In its fashion show, fur is not so attractive.
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