Fibre Briefing: Peace Silk

The rise in concern for the welfare of animals used in fashion has paved the way for more sustainable silk. We take a closer look at peace silk, exploring the different types of peace silk available and its sustainability credentials.

Shifting consumer attitudes to animal welfare

According to The 2020 Conscious Fashion Report by Lyst searches for vegan leather increased by 69 percent year-on-year.¹ Animal welfare group Four Paws also published the world’s first Animal Welfare Report in 2020, revealing that 75 percent of Australians and Americans were concerned about animal welfare in the fashion industry.² With Gucci announcing this year that it would no longer be using fur, it is safe to say that animal welfare is a growin…

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Veera Wahlgren

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