If you wear a down coat or mink coat… You have indirectly supported animal abuse. You don’t want a live creature to feel pain just to have their fur or feathers extracted; but you are likely keeping a few of these sins. When a coat is laid at the department store, or when a model is smiling in a fashionable article– there was pain. There were inhumane methods of harvest, that are not highlighted. And, the reason these practitioners can continue to be cruel, is by profit. From each purchase, by a person, there is an incentive to carry on the cold business.
Browse, “PETA down feather abuse video.”
The few minutes of the play will let you understand the fact that geese are made to live in an awful environment, so its feather farmers can brutally yank each one out. Every non-faux is no exception, to this downstaged truth. When your conscience makes you curious for an alternative that works and rocks your style, be assured. Non-animal-friendly fashion designers tend to swear by the effectiveness and demand of the “loft” from poultry. But, there have been advancements in science, that give you that same warmth.
Mink fur is no exception. Browsing PETA will let you in on another fashion industry secret: If it is not synthetic, faux, or plant-based, there was abuse. Your money can go for a nicer Thinsulate, and grow the business of a smarter kind– science! There is distinguishable style in synthetic wear, so the use of real mink, down, or leather… is unjustified. Checking the labels, and going to the next one– And, looking online for specific ingredients are recommended. Synthetic ones exist, looking the same.
When a leather product is in your vicinity, you may or may not grab it. The sensitivity of most buyers aren’t touched, by the security. But, synthetic rayon and synthetic warmth have their legitimacy, too. Genuine leather is glorified, by the sales tactician, but the material is no better… if you are not being drenched in a rain. Among the glamorous photography and poses, and along the pros and cons– There is no loss to faux choices. Selecting a brand of designer, like Gucci, might sound fabulous… But, there was blood. And, there is probably a cheaper and sexy option, somewhere else.
100% recycled materials, made in American factories, are available. It is not unlikely to see the fashion world catch onto its “radical” prospects that leak truths, and it is likely to see more shifts toward a different course of purchases. In our growing future, no company can survive a change in people’s demands. It is the Age of Information.