News & Analysis
4 December 2018
The Parisian fashion house announced Monday that it would stop manufacturing products made from snakes, crocodiles, lizards and more, citing difficulty obtaining responsibly sourced skins. What does this mean for its bottom line, and for the industry at large?
3 October 2018
3 October 2018 • By Reuters
27 September 2017
27 September 2017 • By Victoria Berezhna
13 January 2017
13 January 2017 • By Reuters
10 August 2016
10 August 2016 • By Elisa Allen
8 August 2016
8 June 2016
8 June 2016 • By Kate Abnett
13 January 2016
9 June 2015
Elisa Allen, Associate Director, PETA
Who wouldn't opt for a soft, warm and luxurious faux-fur or fur-free coat when they know that real fur involves anally electrocuting a fox or slitting the throat of a rabbit?
7 June 2015
7 June 2015 • By Kate Abnett
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