Does Gucci really support Animal Rights?
Gucci is owned by Kering
Gucci does not have a public position on animal rights, but the company is known for using high-quality, expensive materials in its designs, many of which are derived from animal products. While the company has not spoken out on the issue of animal rights, it is likely that Gucci does not support any legislation or organizations that seek to protect animals from cruelty.
‘Just never going to be OK’: report finds luxury brands falling behind on animal welfare
While the fashion industry is improving overall on animal welfare, some of the world’s largest luxury fashion houses continue to use fur and exotic animal skins
by The Guardian
French fashion group Kering to go completely fur free
Owner of Balenciaga, Bottega Veneta, Saint Laurent and Gucci will stop using animal fur in any of its collections from autumn 2022
by The National News
Compassion in fashion: cruelty-free alternatives to fur and animal skin enjoy more support from shoppers, but fur industry touts its sustainability and animal-welfare guarantees
Boutiques selling bags made of alternative leather and sustainably produced fashion that’s cruelty-free see growing demand from consumers, a trend repeated worldwide.
by South China Morning Post