Victoria Beckham just made a big announcement for her autumn/winter 2019 collection, to maintain a strict no fur policy across all her future designs, extending it to restrict the use of exotic animal skins.
She states that, as a business, they have preferred the use of more ethically sourced products, having lesser environmental impact. Victoria has never seen using fur in any of its collections lately and shall maintain the strict fur free policy throughout for some time.
She pledges to cease the use of exotic skins completely in her upcoming collections. The decision relies not only on the wishes of the brand, but also keeping in mind the customers.
PETA has been campaigning against the use of snake skins in the fashion industry, gave its thumbs-up to the move. ‘Victoria Beckham’s’ decision to ban exotic skins will spare countless remarkable animals immense suffering, and PETA calls on other luxury brands to follow her kind example,” said PETA director Elisa Allen.
Victoria Beckham joins a whole host of designers including Vivienne Westwood, Diane von Furstenberg, and Chanel, who have all made the same compassionate decision by banning exotic skins from all designs.