Skip to content
search
Fashion7 Faux Fur Fashion Brands You Need To Know

7 Faux Fur Fashion Brands You Need To Know

7 Faux Fur Fashion Brands You Need To Know
By Justine Lee
January 05, 2018
With labels such as Gucci, Giorgio Armani and Michael Kors vowing to remove fur from their upcoming collections, the entire fashion industry is looking towards faux fur for guilt-free luxe. We rounded up some of the best faux fur labels, perfect for the cold weather:

1/7Jakke

Photo: Courtesy of Jakke
Photo: Courtesy of Jakke

London label Jakke is a fashion-forward faux fur brand that is making waves in the industry. Awarded the Best Faux Fur Brand for 2017 by the PETA fashion awards, they create splashy fun-loving coats (sometimes with ‘'Faux Real’ or ‘Kale Yeah’ printed on the back) will ensure your fashion statement an animal-friendly one.

Find out more at jakke.co.uk

2/7Stella McCartney

Photo: Courtesy of Stella McCartney
Photo: Courtesy of Stella McCartney

Stella McCartney is a designer who needs no introduction when it comes to her crusade for sustainable ready-to-wear pieces. She uses no animal skins in the creation of her pieces and her faux furs are exquisite. She uses yarn that resembles the touch of real fur, which are then knitted and dyed into graphic patterns. A cruelty-free statement coat? No one does it better than Stella. 

Find out more at stellamccartney.com

3/7House of Fluff

Photo: Courtesy of House of Fluff
Photo: Courtesy of House of Fluff

New York label House of Fluff prides themselves on their ethical, faux fur designs. Each coat is made from environmentally-friendly materials, natural dyes and is produced in fair-waged factories. Bundle up with their shaggy yeti-inspired coats in black or white this Winter, we guarantee there's nothing cosier.

Find out more at houseoffluff.com

(Related: Stylish Ways To Work Ultra Violet)

4/7Shrimps

Photo: Courtesy of Shrimps
Photo: Courtesy of Shrimps

Founded by British designer Hannah Weiland in 2013, Shrimps is a label that has become recognized for their high-quality faux fur, playful patterns and 1960's inspired silhouettes. We're a big fan of her dreamy pastel coats, but be sure to check out her handbags—we love their retro style pearl-beaded box bags. 

Find out more at shrimps.co.uk

5/7Charlotte Simone

Photo: Courtesy of Charlotte Simone
Photo: Courtesy of Charlotte Simone

British designer Charlotte Beecham founded her label Charlotte Simone in 2011 with a single scarf design. Long, thin rainbow-striped scarves you can slip over any coat to make a striking winter statement. She has since gone on to create multi-functional pieces like oversized fuzzy coats and a variety of accessories like colourful cuffs or a pom-pom topped beret. 

Find out more at charlottesimone.com

6/7Avec Modération

Photo: Courtesy of Avec Modération
Photo: Courtesy of Avec Modération

Faux fur definitely has a place in our hearts and space in our closets for the cold winter days, but Italian label Avec Modération makes us reconsider shearling, faux fur and all things fuzzy—even for warmer months. Slippers, loafers and slides with colourful straps and lining, all crafted in their Florence ateliers, make great cosy accents for light, off-the-body dresses and soft tailoring

Find out more at avec-moderation.com

7/7Unreal Fur

Photo: Courtesy of Unreal Fur
Photo: Courtesy of Unreal Fur

Founded in 2012, this Australian label is PETA-certified and follows strict ethical practices without compromise. Their shaggy furs and faux shearling coats would be a great addition to any woman's wardrobe, but perhaps what stole our hearts is the selection in teeny tiny sizes (for little girls) for matching "mommy and me" faux fur ensembles. 

Find out more at unrealfur.com

This article first appeared on hk.asiatatler.com.

Tags

FashionFashionFaux FurWomen's FashionLuxury

clear
keyboard_arrow_up

In order to provide you with the best possible experience, this website uses cookies. For more information, please refer to our Privacy Policy.

close