YOOX NET-A-PORTER GROUP announces fur-free policy

Yoox Net-A-Porter Group goes fur free

6 JUNE 2017 – YOOX NET-A-PORTER GROUP (YNAP), the world’s leading online luxury fashion retailer, has announced this week that it is adopting a fur free policy that will exclude all items and accessories made from animal fur. The fur free policy, confirms the commitment of the Group to managing environmental impact responsibly, and follows

Worldwide praise for fur-free HUGO BOSS

9 JULY 2015 – The announcement of luxury brand HUGO BOSS earlier this week to drop fur from their collection received praise and media attention worldwide. The brand’s decision to leave products of extreme animal cruelty behind was broadly celebrated on social media by thousands of animal supporters and fashion consumers worldwide.  Quotes of Hugo

Fur ban at Charles Vögele

BASEL, 16 FEBUARY 2015 – A traditional Swiss business is now free of fur: the Charles Vögele Group has undertaken to forego the sale of real fur within the framework of the “Fur Free Retailer” programme. This fashion business has therefore now clearly positioned itself in opposition to fur products involving animal abuse. Swiss Animal

Bestselling fashion giant signs fur free agreement

20 NOVEMBER 2014, KOPENHAGEN – Bestseller, one of Europe’s biggest fashion retailers, has agreed to go fur free with the Fur Free Alliance, marking a great victory for animals and animal welfare campaigners worldwide. The Danish retailer owns 20 brands, including Vero Moda, Only, Vila and Jack & Jones, and the products are sold in