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To Fur or not to Fur: Sustainable Production and Consumption Within Animal-Based Luxury and Fashion Products Mukta Ramchandani and Ivan Coste-Maniere Abstract We live in the age of information technology where information travels faster than the speed of light. When a slightly inclined sustainable consumer searches for ethical fashion and luxury brands, they are easily bombarded with advertisements and information. The ongoing trends in adopting sustainable con- sumer lifestyles, being green and ethical, add to the lustre of modern-day con- sumers. But despite the awareness, an alarming increase of 70 % in the global sales of the fur industry in the past decade has contradicted the sustainable luxury and fashion movement. Where on the one hand, 100 % fur-free fashion companies like Stella McCartney, Tommy Hil fi ger, Calvin Klien and Ralph Lauren are setting an example in the fashion industry. But on the other hand, companies like Gucci,
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