Alexandra Whittaker
June 06, 2017 06:20 PM

Net-a-Porter has recently adopted a fur-free policy that will prevent any items made with animal fur from being sold on its website.

The change comes from Net-a-Porter’s parent company, the Yoox Net-a-Porter Group (YNAP), which means Net-a-Porter isn’t the only website that will be affected. The fur-free shift will apply to all of the e-commerce giant’s websites, including Net-a-Porter, Mr Porter, Yoox, and The Outnet.

This announcement from Net-a-Porter follows the trend of some fashion brands choosing to create and sell clothing without the use of animal products. Armani went fur-free last year, and Stella McCartney’s spring 2017 runway collection featured shirts with messages like “No fur” and “No leather.”

RELATED VIDEO: Feminist Icon Gloria Steinem Talks ‘Wonder Woman’ Success at CFDA Awards

 

With more companies leaving animal fur by the wayside, we wouldn’t be surprised to see others follow suit in the near future.

You May Like

EDIT POST