Louis Vuitton (LV) should stop using fur: interfaith group

Will Louis Vuitton say au revoir to fur? A group of interfaith leaders is asking the posh style home to do exactly that.

Clergy from the Orthodox Christian, Hindu, Jewish, and Buddhist faiths—who’ve signed a letter to the Paris-based home—name using this animal product “merciless, outdated and pointless,” the Related Press reports.

“Animals should not be made to endure and killed to make style and glamorize our bodies when there are different legitimate style options at our disposition,” the letter says. “Cruelty should by no means grow to be modern.”


The mum or dad firm of the style home, Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH), didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark from Quick Firm. The corporate’s portfolio additionally consists of such manufacturers as Dom Perignon, Fendi, Christian Dior, Givenchy, Marc Jacobs, Guerlain, Tiffany & Co., Tag Heuer, Sephora, and Bulgari.

The anti-fur motion is nothing new. For instance, Folks for the Moral Therapy of Animals (PETA) has for years thrown purple paint on people carrying fur coats, and in 2005, Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour made worldwide information headlines when anti-fur activists threw a tofu pie in her face on the Chanel style present in Paris.

Nonetheless, the motion has discovered regulatory momentum lately. In 2019, California turned the primary state to ban the sale of fur merchandise. Earlier this yr, Israel was the primary nation to outlaw most fur clothes gross sales.