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  • Gucci bans fur for ethically-minded gen Yers
  • Gucci bans fur for ethically-minded gen Yers
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Gucci bans fur for ethically-minded gen Yers

In a bid to protect creatures small and large, leading Italian fashion house Gucci is discontinuing the use of animal fur in all its collections from 2018 onwards. The move should help win over ethically-minded Gen Yers, who want to spend on brands that reflect their values.

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