Discover our favourite faux furs to sport this season
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We are used to seeing trends repeat themselves, be it Y2K madness with cargo pants entering the stage again, or the once again trendy waistcoats which hadn't been on our radar since Kate Moss made them 'a thing' in 2006. There are some things however that will never come back, and we firmly believe animal fur is one of those.
The public opinion on fur has changed dramatically over the past years, in relation to a growing understanding of the industry. Faux fur is now abundantly available, with brands catering to the public demand for animal-friendly furs. Not only do they keep you warm for the drop in temperature that is rapidly approaching, you can also find them in practically any colour and style to suit you.
Vogue Scandinavia took a clear stand in the question by establishing a ‘no fur’ policy from the beginning. While animal fur is clearly a big no in our books, we don’t shy away from the luxurious and stylish faux-fur coat options on offer.
Pioneers of faux fur and sustainable materials include the British brands Stella McCartney and Shrimps as well as Swedish brand Stand Studio. In recent years many major luxury players have followed in their footsteps have announced a total ban on fur, including Gucci, Versace and Michael Kors. In 2022 Saint Laurent will also join the ranks.
As we enter November it’s officially time to make space in your wardrobe for the best faux-fur coats of the season, here our ten of our favourites:
Black and White Faux fur coat
Rotate Birger Christiensen
Milly leopard-print faux fur coat
Brown Iggy Faux-Fur Coat
rag & bone
Nino Coat Check
Katerine wool and cotton coat
Raid faux fur coat
Faux-fur coat in brown
Embellished faux fur coat
Ellison faux fur hooded jacket