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BLINKERED BRITAIN: UK FASHION SHOWING CHRONIC INDIFFERENCE TO ANIMAL SUFFERING Stats Prove 169% Growth In Fur Industry * With so many faux options available designers have increased the use of real fur in their collections. This is evident with many high profile designers showing fur at AW10 Fashion Weeks. Fur on the catwalks creates controversy and publicity thereby creating demand and increasing sales. The UK consumer is oblivious to the source of fur, thinking animals are bred humanely in c
Iconic fashion model Twiggy pleads with UK fashion designers to stop using fur at London Fashion Week.With the increase of fur on the catwalk this London Fashion Week, many celebrities are denouncing the use of fur. Additional supporters of ADI include: Stella McCartney, Mary McCartney, Brian Blessed, Meg Mathews, Ricky Gervais, Samantha Janus, and Belinda Carlisle.Whilst fur farming is banned in the UK, the rising trend in fur has fuelled UK demand with over 40 of fur being sourced from Finland