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ELLE Is Now Blocking All Content about Animal Fur on Its Pages in 45 Editions

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ELLE Bans Fur From Its 45 Editions Globally

World-famous fashion magazine ELLE now bans fur on its pages in all of its publications and on all of its official websites worldwide.

As of today, 13 editions of the magazine have already been cleared of information about fur. This is a major move by the media empire to officially stop promoting fur, ban the use of this cruelly bred animal product in all editorials, press images, runway and street shows, and advertisements beginning Jan. 1, 2022.

Social engagement has always been one of the key principles of the ELLE brand. The world has changed, and stopping the use of fur should be taken for granted. By doing so, ELLE can set an example for other media outlets to abandon fur advertising all over the world and to a fur-free future.

Developing Humane Fashion

Developing Humane Fashion

ELLE’s action is a radical rejection of fur. More than 1,500 companies around the world have recently pledged to do away with fur, including Gucci, Saint Laurent, and Valentino. Major retailers like Neiman Marcus, Macy’s and Saks Fifth Avenue have also removed fur from their product line.

For many years, ELLE has championed the protection and care of the environment as well as the development of ecology. The presence of animal fur in the media is unacceptable. It is time for ELLE to make a statement on this issue. It reflects the attention to the most important issues of animal protection and care, and the rejection of animal cruelty. It is also an opportunity for ELLE to raise awareness of animal welfare, support demand for sustainable and innovative alternatives, and promote a more humane fashion industry.

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