State pioneered, companies followed:
Dolce Gabbana also stops using animal fur
Vita gazette – The campaign on the government’s wing to ban animal furs in Italy was also reflected in the companies. The government, which took successive decisions on global warming, had taken a decision to close animal fur farms until June 2002 within this framework. After Armani, Gucci, Prada and Versace, Dolce & Gabbana joined the companies that respect the sustainable future. It has announced that they will not use animal fur starting from their 2022 collections.
The threat of global warming and climate change, which is at the door of the world, has also mobilized famous companies. Responsible companies also support the decisions taken by the European Union and its countries in this regard. In this context, fashion companies started to work for a more sustainable future where the use of animal fur is unthinkable. They are looking for a way to integrate innovative materials and environmentally friendly production processes into their collections.
But Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana go a step further: they have ensured that not only will they use new technologies to develop eco-friendly coats (perhaps made from recycled or recyclable materials), but will also preserve the work and professionalism of their master furriers. The Italian fashion house cites the substantial know-how that they are the protectors of, which will be used to make clothing and accessories from eco fur. They aim to invest in an increasingly sustainable future that does not forget about their craftsmanship experience and wants to improve it.