Style Gucci Is Going Fur-Free

13:28  12 october  2017
13:28  12 october  2017 Source:   ELLE

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Bizzari told the talk’s host Livia Firth that he hopes the change will encourage other brands to go fur free : “ Gucci is so visible, so well-known,” he asserted. “We need to use that in a positive way.” Share.

The initiative begins with Alessandro Michele's Spring 2018 collection, which was showcased on the runway in Milan last month.

  Gucci Is Going Fur-Free © Provided by Hearst Communications, Inc Following the takeover of those ubiquitous fur-lined backless loafers, Gucci is officially going fur-free, starting with its Spring 2018 collection.

The announcement was made by CEO Marco Bizarri today during the 2017 Kering Talk at The London College of Fashion. After working with The Humane Society of the U.S. and LAV (an Italian-based animal welfare group), Gucci's joining of the Fur Free Alliance ensures the brand will stop all use of animal fur including mink, coyote, raccoon dog, fox, rabbit, karakul, and all other species specially bred or caught for fur.

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With the help of HSUS and LAV, Gucci is excited to take this next step and hopes it will help inspire innovation and raise awareness, changing the Gucci joins several other major fashion brands and retailers in going fur - free , including Armani, Stella McCartney, Yoox Net-a-Porter and HUGO BOSS.

Gucci Is Going Fur - Free . Say goodbye to those fur-lined loafers. Following the takeover of those ubiquitous fur-lined backless loafers, Gucci is officially going fur - free , starting with its Spring 2018 collection.

  Gucci Is Going Fur-Free © Provided by Hearst Communications, Inc 'Being socially responsible is one of Gucci's core values, and we will continue to strive to do better for the environment and animals. With the help of HSUS and LAV, Gucci is excited to take this next step and hopes it will help inspire innovation and raise awareness, changing the luxury fashion industry for the better,' Bizarri said of the brand's decision.

Considering its many statement-making fur coats and staple fur-lined mules, the announcement is a pretty big move for the Italian fashion house.

Gucci Is Going Fur-Free © Provided by Hearst Communications, Inc Gucci Is Going Fur-Free Gucci is just the latest luxury brand to ban the use of fur, following Stella McCartney, Giorgio Armani, Hugo Boss, and Net-A-Porter. Considering its impact on not only the Kering group but the luxury fashion industry in general, this is probably just the first of many more brands to finally go fur-free.

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Gucci ’s CEO Marco Bizzari has announced that the brand would be going fur - free at the 2017 Kering Talk at the London College of Fashion. In the past, Gucci has had several collections featuring animal fur coats and lavish accessories down the runway

Marco Bizzarri, president and CEO of Gucci , made the announcement on Wednesday. Gucci is going fur - free . Gucci joins the Fur Free Alliance in eliminating animal fur from the spring 2018 collection and onwards.

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