HUGO BOSS has just announced it will be adopting a fur-free policy beginning with the brand's Fall/Winter 2016 collection. The label has been working with The Humane Society of the United States and The Fur Free Alliance — a coalition of 40 animal protection organizations in 28 countries trying to end the fur trade — to commit to the policy.
HUGO BOSS plans to stop using angora, ban down feathers from force-fed, live-plucked geese and it will give preferential treatment to wool suppliers that stop cruelly mulesing their sheep.
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