No animals have died for this collection
I hear you. But please bare with me.
Giving a vintage piece a second or third lease on life is, to me, the highest form of respect. The poor animals gave their life somewhere along the way.
Simply throwing out your grandmother's coat will not bring them back. Loving it in its new incarnation is a more respectful and conscious way to live life.
We live in a throw-away society where we replace things as soon as the next best thing comes along.
Upcycling old materials to create new designs is how we can treat our planet and all of its inhabitants with the respect they deserve.
Additionally, natural fur is a renewable resource and is fully biodegradable. Its production process has one of the lowest rankings of environmental impact of any product. Fake fur on the other hand is made from several materials including blends of acrylic and modacrylic polymers derived from coal, air, water, petroleum and limestone. The production process is incredibly environmentally unfriendly and faux fur can take a long time to break down, possibly anywhere from 500 to 1,000 years.
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