Balenciaga faux fur scarf

Cruelty free fashion is taking over the world of rich and famous. In 2019 it is important to focus on sustainability, ethicality and environmental issues. Fashion power houses one by one exploring cruelty free alternatives to fur. 

Faux fur fabrics are the latest trend, with modern technologies there is no need to source real fur, suede and leather, new materials replace them being equally luxurious but more durable. 

Demna Gvasalia is a well known environmentalist, for this season was playing with oversized logos and shapes. The faux fur Balenciaga scarf featured the house's moniker in a contrasting pastel-pink hue, this scarf has been made in Italy from faux fur with a quilted lining for extra warmth. Drape it over your shoulders with a slip dress on chilly evenings.

  • material: 79% acrylic, 21% polyester
  • details: 100% cupro
  • lining: 100% polyester
  • care instructions: dry clean

  • Length 240cm-94.5"
  • Width 40cm-15.5"

Cruelty free luxury is something more and more customers would want to invest in the future. This is why, one by one biggest luxury fashion houses decide to stop using real fur and opt out for more environmentally friendly and cruelty free options. 

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