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Ecorazzi Asks: Recycled Vintage Fur: Nay Or Yea?

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I’ve been seeing a bit more about “vintage recycled fur” being an eco-friendly and acceptable option for those seeking to add a bit of animal to their wardrobe. I know that there are all levels of animal rights activists that visit this site, so I’m curious to hear your thoughts. Personally, I think faux fur is the only option — and even then, I wonder if it still promotes the fur industry. What do you think? If someone wears a recycled fur coat that they bought at a second-hand shop, should they feel guilty? Or should we use that which is already available to avoid supporting new coats and skins?

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