@lindenstaub - look them up - I'm not passionate about fashion but we all partake in it even if we aren't aware of it (cue scene from the brilliant Devil Wears Prada where Meryl Streep's character Miranda, a super cold, garishly ruthless/realistic fashion magazine editor rips into Anne Hathaway for sniffing at an arguably empty debate about clothes) but I've had the pleasure of meeting these two pioneering women. In my opinion they are doing important human work within this often cruel and damaging industry #feminist#women4women#protection#humanvalue And while I'm here let's #banfur from every #runway#peta LOVE ❤️
Did you know that not only do suppliers use mink, fox, and raccoon fur for items of clothing, shoes and accessories BUT they also use cat, dog, rabbit, seal, bear, chinchilla, and beaver fur too (I bet you didn't know that) 🐰🦊 ~When the buying stops, the killing can too~ I'm so proud to be part of a huge group of activists in the UK who are the voice for the voiceless! #banfur#LFW
Fur continues to hold its usual place of prestige in the fashion world. In this current time when ethical fashion is at its prime FORWARD revisits why this controversial trend is still pervasive. @unique_stylings @monica_frangulea Photography @kokophoto Model @aliceyamagishi 👑 find out more in our ISSUE 1 [Link in BIO]
Ain't a lot to ask to not wear a dead animal around ya neck is it? It's a simple message, stop the torture of innocent animals for 'fashion'. Get yourself a pleather jacket while you're at it 👍🏾
Oh and to those that think that just because the UK outlawed real fur in 2000 that we're safe from contribution, there is always a loophole. This is just one paragraph from .gov guidelines on importing fur "Strict rules are in also place in the European Union to ensure that animals kept for fur production are kept, trapped and slaughtered humanely". The fact that 'slaughter' and 'humane' are even used in the same sentence should be evidence enough @londonfashionweek
Thanks for the snap 📷@thefeelgoodcafe 💚
It was wonderful to be part of this movement for animal liberation. Today's simple message was simple. End the unnecessary suffering of animals destined to be the true fashion victims of the fur industry. A shameful, cruel and unnecessary trade where animals are skinned alive.
Today we played recordings of their screams for all to hear. It was bone chilling and very emotional, but nothing compares to unbelievable suffering of these animals. People's faces were evident that they felt uncomfortable hearing it, but actions speak louder than words.
Tell London Fashion week you want them to rid fur from their catwalks and from the brands promoting their cruel products.
Shame on @londonfashionweek for allowing real fur on their catwalks. Animals live miserable lives until they are either skinned ALIVE or ELECTROCUTED VIA THE ANUS. Say no to fur....check the labels of all of your clothing products.
The noise has been overwhelming hearing the screams and cries of the animals being skinned alive in the background ... I couldn't hold it together at first and just dried unexpectedly. I could not hold back. However we have to remain strong to speak out for the victims that cannot.
The animals used in the skin trade suffer unimaginable pain, live in awful conditions and are killed for unnecessary luxury. Cats, dogs, foxes, mink and cows are treated as an by-product of their skin. They are often killed by electrocution so as not to harm the skin but electrocution isn't always effective and many animals live to be skinned alive and left in a pile of corpses to die from those wounds. Stop the skin trade, dont by fur or leather.
I have just signed the @changedotorg petition calling for @britishfashioncouncil to ban fur from @londonfashionweek runways 🦊 Over 200,000 people have already signed. Will you be next? 🐰It amazes me that fur is still being used in the name of fashion/vanity. 🐯#needless#cruel thanks to @thelondonchatter for sharing ❤️ #stopanimalcruelty#stopanimalabuse