FUR NO MORE: Four manufacturers have joined the fur-free motion.
Claudie Pierlot, the ready-to-wear model owned by SMCP, has determined to cease utilizing fur in its collections beginning with its spring 2020 providing.
This info was circulated through a PETA press launch stating that three of the ready-to-wear manufacturers owned by SMCP — Sandro, Maje and Claudie Pierlot — had been successfully fur-free, info later confirmed by SMCP.
Sandro had stopped utilizing animal fur since its fall 2018 assortment for each its males’s and ladies’s silhouettes, whereas Maje is fur-free because the fall 2019 assortment. SMCP confirmed that De Fursac, the lads’s ready-to-wear model that the corporate acquired this 12 months, has additionally banned fur from its collections. Following Claudie Pierlot’s announcement, SMCP is now successfully a fur-free style group.
Claudie Pierlot revealed the information on Wednesday through a publish on its Instagram web page. “From now on, at Claudie, these families will never be separated,” wrote the model in a caption under an image of three raccoons huddled in a tree trunk. “Claudie Pierlot is committed to stopping the production of fur within its collections starting January 2020.”
“Consumers today do not want clothes that are the result of the suffering of animals that have been confined, beaten and violently skinned,” Mathilde Dorbessan, accountable for enterprise relations at PETA, stated within the assertion. “By giving up fur, brands from the SMCP group have made the right decision for animals, the planet and consumers.”
In 2017, Gucci, Michael Kors and Jimmy Choo stated they had been going fur-free, adopted by Versace in 2018 and the Prada group in 2019.