With the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic effecting so many of us and the new ‘normal’ now ingrained into our daily routines, it is important to look to the future, and how to make it a better one.
By now, it is no secret that aggressive mass animal farming, for both consumption and fashion always leads to situations where sick, stressed and poorly treated animals are grouped together and slaughtered. These in-turn become breeding grounds for virus’s. From SARS, to MERS, and now SARS-Cov 2. The proof is in our lockdown pudding, not in 5G towers.
I feel very strongly that when we come out of this, people’s values are really going to have shifted. This is an opportunity for all of us to look at our industry and look at our lives and to rethink our values and really think about the waste and amount of money and consumption and excess.Dame Anna Wintour on Naomi Campbell’s ‘No Filter’
Faux fur is the real future of fur in fashion. Here are some looks that prove just how high it can be.
Side Note: COVID-19 cases have been found in Minks, of which have led to calls to ban fur farms in the Netherlands.
In the face of global crisis stemming from the wildlife trade, the Netherlands shouldn’t wait another four years to shut down its last remaining fur farms – it must take action nowMimi Bekhechi, PETA Director of International Programmes
If that isn’t a wake-up call, nothing is. More on this story can be found here.