CHICCO joins the Fur Free Program and confirms the company’s commitment not to make use of animal furs

ITALY, 17 JANUARY 2019 – CHICCO, a brand dedicated to the entire world of babies, banned the use of animal furs since a long time but now goes one step further to undersign a formal fur-free commitment with LAV and the Fur Free Alliance. The brand, which has always focused great attention on the materials

Italian leading clothing brand OVS goes fur-free

ovs fur-free

ITALY, 29 NOVEMBER 2016 – OVS, Italian’s leading clothing brand with over 800 stores in Italy and worldwide, will no longer use animal fur. The popular brand came out this week with a public statement to drop fur from its future collections. OVS worked together with LAV (Italian Animal Rights group) and is now part of

O Bag goes green and quits fur

o bag goes fur-free

21 july 2016 – O bag, the famous Italian fashion handbag brand has, in agreement with the Fur Free Alliance, announced its commitment to completely abandon the use of animal fur in its products. The O bag autumn collection will be showcasing a major new feature: instead of real fur, the interchangeable handles, straps, trims and

Luxury brand Armani goes fur free

Armani fur free

MILAN, 22 MARCH 2016 – The Fur Free Alliance praises renowned luxury brand Armani for today’s announcement to drop all real animal fur. With its decision the Italian high-end label responds to a growing consumer demand for ethical and sustainable fashion. Armani will leave out all real fur, including rabbit fur, from its collection starting

European Commission withdraws children’s wear with toxic fur

Blumarine Baby toxic fur

BRUSSELS, 1 MARCH 2016 – The European Commission has ordered the withdrawal from the market of children’s jackets with toxic fur collars. A Rapex procedure, a European rapid alert system for dangerous products, was issued after tests showed the fur collars on Blumarine Baby jackets contained high levels of hazardous chemicals. The alarming test results, of a research of

Baby fashion with toxic fur withdrawn from Italian market

Toxic Furs

ITALY, 28 JANUARY 2015 -The Italian Ministry of Health orders the withdrawal of clothing items from the market that contain toxic animal fur components. The withdrawal results from a new research by Italian Fur Free Alliance member LAV (Anti-Vivisection League) that shows high levels of hazardous chemicals in fur on children’s jackets posing a serious

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