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  • Versace removes kangaroo skin after bushfire outcry
  • Versace removes kangaroo skin after bushfire outcry
    pawel szvmanski (2019) ©
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Versace removes kangaroo skin after bushfire outcry

As Australia’s wildfires raise awareness of animal welfare and the future of endangered species, it’s bringing luxury fashion practices into question. In response to public pressure from increasingly eco-minded consumers, luxury brand Versace has quietly agreed to remove kangaroo skin from its products. 

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