Погода( и сообщения в директ) так и шепчут "скорее выкладывайте фото новых шарфов" 🍂
Шарф из меха кролика и ламы в стиле пейчворк, размер 18*135 см, подклад хлопок. Цена 9300₽
THIS jacket ✋🏼
It was bloody freezing in #melbourne
on the weekend ❄️ #fourseasonsinoneday
This jacket went everywhere with me, and it’s all I needed 🖤
No heavy coat, no bulky puffer - this babe kept me toasty 💥
Our hooded jackets have clasps all the way up the front, and pockets to keep your hands warm #winning
Seriously - next time I travel it is all I will be taking ✨ ✈️
Available online in black, or why not preorder in YOUR colour of choice 🌈
Imagine it in hot pink 💕
or emerald green 🌲 ahhh..
I feel so sad today. As I sit here typing up the final sections of my dissertation about fur, it's hard not to feel completely overwhelmed by the amount of cruelty that this industry inflicts on animals and disheartened by the number of people who fund its existence.
Whether it’s for the sake of their vanity or because of status anxiety, greed or ignorance, people are prepared to inflict immeasurable suffering on animals for a coat, a collar, a pom-pom on a hat or lining in a pair of gloves.
I'm also genuinely astonished at the number of people who justify the use of fur because they believe it’s more environmentally friendly than faux-fur. Could that be anymore moronic? That aside from the horrific cruelties involved, some designers, fashion students, fur wearers etc believe that the use of fur is justifiable as it doesn't contain micro-plastics as some faux-fur fabrics do?
As if these people are that concerned about sustainability and the environment when they're producing items of clothing that have been made with the fur of an animal bred on resource intensive and environmentally polluting factory farms? I'm sure they're all abstaining from eating fish in that case, considering the majority of plastic in our oceans is the result of abandoned fishing gear. And I'm sure they forget to mention the amount of fish that is needed to feed the millions of mink that are farmed for their fur every year too.
There are a million other ways humans exploit, abuse and use animals, and I'm not here to say wearing fur is the worst, but when it’s for the sake of nothing but vanity, wearing fur sits pretty high up there on the cruelty shelf.
I’m so thankful to the individuals and animal protection groups fighting to ban the sale of fur in the UK. Speaking up for animals against the huge industries that exploit them can sometimes feel like a very lonely endeavour, but it’s good to know there’s plenty of people fighting the good fight too.