Few products have suffered as severe an image collapse as fur. Once a status symbol for the wealthy, rock stars and royalty, fur is increasingly discriminated against as a fashion outcast representing animal cruelty and ostentation of wealth.
Yet after decades of public protests, corporate boycotts and veganism, the industry is still struggling, thanks to the global fashion for fur-trimmed arctic windproof hooded jackets. Now, the $25 billion industry is looking for redemption, arguing that fur should have a place in an age of sustainability and prudent consumption.
Finally brought back the business.
Consumers can trace back to the farm where the mink, fox or sable were raised,
and then where the fur was dyed and trimmed, providing a level of assurance
that animal husbandry and environmental standards are being maintained in the
best possible way
The elegant and atmospheric solid color design not only matches the skin tone but also is very versatile. The fabric is a selected material, and the upper body is warm and comfortable. The splicing design of shoulders and cuffs is fashionable and atmospheric, adding a three-dimensional sense of shape. Delicate waist design, showing a slender figure. Wear a white sweater inside to show the neck curve, keep warm and comfortable, pair it with a pair of black pencil pants and a pair of chunky heels, which can stretch the proportions of your body well, and match it with a handbag. Stylish and elegant.
Different furs give you a dazzling feeling. This coat is comfortable and warm with a touch of luxury. The loose version and three-dimensional cutting enhance the drape of the clothes, and are very acceptable to the figure.