New Bill: How has fake fur established itself as a real alternative to the real one?
In France, it is prohibited to manufacture and sell fur from cats, dogs and endangered species such as seals. However, other animals are not protected by such a law and remain raised only to harvest their fur. It was in this process that a bill was proposed at the national assembly to “prohibit the raising of animals for the sole purpose of producing and selling their fur”.
Approximately 140 million animals are killed each year for the sole purpose of harvesting their furs and turning them into fashion accessories. Given these figures, it is important to change our consumption habits, particularly in terms of fashion.
But no worries, today it is still possible to wear clothes or accessories that keep as hot (see warmer) as real fur!
A study has shown that the latter, in addition to being ethical, gives you more warmth than a real one! Be at the forefront of trends by opting for faux fur pieces. You can head for a central faux fur piece such as a poncho or cape that will give you a podium-worthy look or simply a coat to stay warm during the winter!
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Otherwise you can also complete your look with a discreet touch of fake fur. For this, opt for an accessory such as a hat (chapka, headband, hat, beret or bob) that will give you an ideal Siberian style to face the snow and the cold of Lille!
If you would like more information on the bill against animal husbandry for the sole purpose of producing and selling their fur, here is the link to this detailed bill: