THROUGH ITS 2013 CAMPAIGN, PETA CONTINUES TO CURTAIL THE TRADE OF ANGOLA RABBIT FUR

In The Daily Scoop by Accessories Staff

It’s been around three years since the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) released a controversial video about the unethical procedures that rabbits go through in China for the production of Angola Rabbit Fur. The impact was so strong, that a lot of fashion brands have shunned the use of Angola Rabbit Fur out of fear of shame, resulting into less market demand. Some people, however, argue that this material can still be produced in a humane way. Read more at Business of Fashion

 

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