ASOS Pulls Current Stock of Angora and Pledges Never to Carry It Again!

December 2013

After viewing PETA Asia’s graphic undercover footage taken on Chinese angora farms, ASOS, one of the U.K.’s largest online-only fashion and beauty stores, pulled angora from its website and committed to banning it permanently from its label and third-party brands.

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