Faux Fur Coats
The debate over fur in fashion has been going on for decades, with many people choosing to boycott the animal-derived material, often after seeing behind the scenes footage of how cruel the sourcing can be. There is still some room for fur coats on the runways, particularly if they’re made from faux fur or recycled fur, which can still be just as glamorous and larger than life as their ethically dubious counterparts.
For our list of the fall/ winter 2019-2020 fashion trends we’re highlighting those fabulous fur coats that are cruelty-free.
In 2017 Michael Kors announced that he’d be going fur-free, so we were thrilled to see him commit, with a collection that included a ton of awesome faux fur options inspired by the ‘70s style. Our favorite was the huge orange-red coat worn over a sparkly copper party dress, but a long creamy one might be more wearable for most.
Each x Other also made changes for fall – the brand went totally vegan, with astrakhan replaced by embossed velvet palatine, which actually made for gorgeous, lush-looking coats. A bright red coat with a big collar, worn over red leggings and black boots was our personal favorite.
Stella McCartney and Nanushka are two other designers that get credit from us for always delivering gorgeous vegan offerings, including some very nice faux fur coats for this winter season.
Faux -fur is more than just a trend – it’s prominence on the runways is symptomatic of the fashion world’s growing environmental awareness. What’s more, the shows at Fall/Winter 2019-2020 proved its versatility, with the kitschy glam-satire of the Moschino show and a more natural, arty look at Stella McCartney.
FAUX-FUR From left to right: Michael Kors, Stella McCartney, Moschino
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