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The Truth about Fur

Fur is, and will remain a sensitive topic for obvious reasons and should be a personal choice as to whether or not you wish to wear fur. The issue that has arisen is that people do not have adequate knowledge about the fur industry and believe false allegations that are staged by anti-fur parties. If you are interested in knowing how fur is treated and used then there is a great article called 'The Truth about Fur' that answers all questions related to fur. 

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The Fur Debate

WWD gives an interesting insight into the continuous debate about which type of 'fur' is better, WWD - The Fur Debate. We think its important for people to see the big picture - yes there are animal rights questions and at Furry Furs we are rigorous to ensure that the fur we use is not only well kept but also a by product, thus our furs are not killed solely for the purpose of our collection.  In an era where people chant how they are vegetarians but eat chicken or vegan due to animal rights and then wear leather, we need to look and see what is important to us. For us at Furry Furs we are interested in both our animals...

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The Fur Sustainability Debate

HILARY GEORGE-PARKIN APR 26, 2018 With more and more designers ditching the real stuff, it's the question on everyone's mind.Welcome to Sustainability Week! While Fashionista covers sustainability news and eco-friendly brands all year round, we wanted to use this time around Earth Day and the anniversary of the Rana Plaza collapse as a reminder to focus on the impact that the fashion industry has on people and the planet. Back in the early '90s, the fashion industry's backlash against fur played out on billboards and in magazine ads, with supermodels stripping down and proclaiming that they'd "rather go naked" than wear it. Animal rights were the era's cause célèbre, led by the controversial activists at People for the Ethical Treatment...

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Fur Trends for Winter 2018

Are you a casual fur wearer, or do you keep up with the cutting edge of fashion? If you’ve never paid attention to the latest trends, now may be the right time to start. The fur trends for winter of 2018-19 include some forward-thinking, eye-catching looks, but they also have some elements that are imminently translatable into your everyday fur-wearing. Stripes are a major force this year. What’s new about this is that designers are forgoing printed stripes and choosing to make the most of fur’s natural shading. This equates to lush, gorgeous depth: silver and blue fox alternated, diagonal bands of plucked mink on sheared mink, and fox jackets made in waves that show streaks of the lighter-colored underfurl....

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