Winter is coming and the little ones are already here in the south. This means that you need to prepare for the whip and whip by the appropriate equipment.
Garment trades were circumvented by our CEO They bonga bunks of winter-coated winter coats labeling the origins of the materials of animal origin used, and even the methods of breeding fur. Some clothing manufacturers, on the other hand, clearly state that they do not wear genuine fur in their clothing.
Here at Armenta Beness, we are delighted with such labeling because, for example, the origin of fur and sleep products has been scarcely available and the difference between genuine and artificial fur has practically been virtually impossible to do. With such labeling, consumers will have a completely new opportunity to make informed decisions based on their own values.
However, the labels used in the clothing industry are not currently associated with any established practices or standards, but their existence and presentation are mainly individual and trade-specific. In our CEO's eyes, two different garment manufacturers with their markings came in and we look at the issue through these two examples.
Real fur or not?
Fur is perhaps one of the most controversial materials used in clothing. Consumers have long been concerned with the quality and origin of materials used in uncertainty and, in order to overcome this problem, some manufacturers provide information about the materials they use in the form of various coats and tags attached to the jacket.
parajumpers that is, PJS uses its grips openly from genuine fur and is also shown on the label of their coats.
The PJS mark on the jacket attached to the jacket can be found in the detailed description:
Rabbit / Oryctolagus curiculus
Country of Origin: China
The fur comes from farmed and web-grown cages.
This fur is not recycled material and is not dyed, bleached or artificially added. The liner is made of one piece of fur and has not been stacked.
Genuine fur brooch
Finnish raccoon dog / Nyctereutes procyonoides
Country of Origin: Finland
The fur comes from farmed and web-grown cages.
This fur is not recycled material and is not dyed, bleached or artificially added. The collar is made of one piece of fur and has not been stacked. "
Save the Duck The sign indicates that it has abandoned the use of animal-derived materials and clearly indicates it even on the sheets attached to their jackets. This is, from the point of view of consumers, very welcome information, for example, a fake fur coat may be visually difficult, if not impossible to distinguish from genuine. In that case, without proper labeling, a person can not be fully sure of what kind of materials he has used for his coat.
There is a text on the Save the Duck coat:
"SAVE THE DUCK
We respect animals.
100% of artificial fur "
The origin of the downfall is considered
It may be difficult to find out about the origin of the sleeping habits used in clothes, pillows and covers. According to some information, at least, both Chinese and Hungarian descendants of origin would, as a rule, originate from living wretched birds. Overall, however, the area is poorly supervised, and there is no accurate information on the prevalence of live birds. The information available is contradictory, and the estimates made by the different bodies vary considerably in some places.
According to her own words, Parajumpers only uses herd as a by-product of meat. The company claims to require evidence from every downtrodden broker and a signed statement that the dowry really comes from the food industry and not from live-borne birds. PJS: According to all the down to them, the future must also be a third, independent party certified.
For example, The North Face brand, popular in Finland, is committed to the Textile Exchange organization RDS-certificate and has recently abandoned the use of genuine fur.
Cruelty Free Down Challenge has challenged garment manufacturers to take measures to end the gnats and ducks' slaughtering and live purring. On the pages of the challenge, comparable data are available on how successful manufacturers have succeeded in their goals.
There is much to be discussed about the materials used in wintertime materials. Therefore, when shopping around, you should definitely take a look at the hanging locks in the jacket and look at what kind of information manufacturers offer their products. However, when reading lids you should be critical. For example, a hunted wild-boar jackal is usually not a better option for caged fur, as scallops are caught with long-lasting pain-causing leg cramps.
Here at Armenta Beness, we support transparency and transparency and we hope that the origin markings will gain a foothold in the clothing industry too!