River Island, a high-street fashion brand from London, has banned angora after viewing PETA’s exposé on the cruel practice of angora farming.
Women’s clothing retailer New York & Company has banned angora after viewing PETA’s never-before-seen exposé of the cruelty on Chinese angora farms.
After learning from PETA about the abusive angora industry, home shopping retailer QVC has pledged never to carry angora again!
rue21 banned angora wool following PETA Asia’s undercover investigation into cruel angora farming practices in China.
Stage Stores banned angora wool following PETA Asia’s undercover investigation into cruel angora farming practices in China.
Following PETA Asia’s exposé of angora rabbit farms in China, PacSun banned angora.
Arcadia Group, which owns Topshop, banned angora after seeing PETA Asia’s shocking investigative footage of Chinese angora farming practices.
Following PETA’s release of shocking, never-before-seen footage taken on Chinese angora farms, Eddie Bauer banned angora!
Forever 21 banned angora following PETA Asia’s undercover investigation into the cruel angora industry in China.
After PETA contacted Mango, the clothing design and manufacturing company immediately agreed to ban angora for good.
Following PETA’s exposé of angora rabbit farms in China, Express has committed to banning angora items permanently.
January 2014 After PETA contacted U.K. clothing retailer Boden about the cruelty of angora farming, it pulled its inventory and adopted a permanent angora ban!
John Lewis, a U.K.-based retailer, adopted a permanent ban on angora after seeing PETA Asia’s exposé on the cruelty of Chinese angora farms.
PETA Asia’s exposé of Chinese angora farms has already made a long list of retailers ban the bunny hair. And the momentum is showing no signs of slowing.
Following PETA Asia’s exposé of Chinese angora farms, H&M decided to ban the use of angora in its clothing.