Zara bans the use of angora

Zara bans the use of angora

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Six months ago PETA revealed how the making of angora knitwear was impressively cruel to rabbits. Zara (or actually, the company that also owns Massimo Dutti and Bershka) now banned angora from all its future collections, following the steps of  Marks & Spencer, Topshop, Primark and H&M.

Zara bans the use of angora

In 2013, PETA visited many angora farms in China, being able to film very cruel treatment to rabbits – not being mentioned here, due to its extreme cruelty, barbaric. Just believe it, whatever you think of cruelty, it was inflicted to the animals.

Now Zara will donate all angora garments made before the ban to the charity Life for Relief and Development – it works for Syrian refugees in Lebanon. You can read more at Marie Claire magazine.

Photos courtesy of Lyst
Denise S. is the owner of the personal blog Denise's Planet. MA in British Politics & Economics, French Philosophy and American Literature. She loves the word love, buying beauty products and many shoes, plus adventures, learning languages (Greek is planned!), traveling, making friends, discovering new cultures, dancing, reading, cooking, old movies, painting and all that makes life more beautiful and happier!


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