Following the abandonment of the use of natural fur, the Italian luxury brand of bags and accessories Furla stopped using some types of wool in the manufacture of its products.
After a year ago, the Italian brand announced its intention to no longer use animal fur in its collections, starting with the 2019 cruise collection. Furla has also announced the exclusion of certain types of wool from its collections. Limiting the use of yarn is also one of the steps for responsible production. Starting with the cruise collection 2020, the use of mohair and angora will be banned in the Furla collections, in return for which safer types of wool will be presented for animals.
“Environmental issues are not just a problem for our planet, it is a problem for each of us, including our children. Furla supports informed consumption, which is gaining popularity among our customers, ”says Furla Group CEO Alberto Camerlengo.