As a luxury brand, Stella McCartney is unequivocal about the vegetarian fashion credentials they established back in 2001: “We never use leather, skin, fur or feathers.” The material they do use is alter-nappa, made from polyester and polyurethane, together with a recycled polyester backing—an innovation motivated not only by concerns for animal welfare, but also to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and water pollution caused by the leather industry. It’s a stance that is now shared by a swathe of upscale labels who prioritise an animal-free route to leather.
The iconic #Falabella is reimagined in reversible Alter-Nappa for laid back and effortless appeal. . #StellaMcCartney #StellasWorld
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