Now that we have defeated iconic European fashion house Saint Laurent, it’s on to Moncler.
Moncler is an Italian fashion whose whose meteoric rise to luxury stardom was based on billionare Remo Ruffini’s vision of luxury sprotswear, specifically Moncler’s signature quilted jacket. The most high-end models of this brand signature are lined with the skins of tortured foxes, coyotes, and raccoons.
Recently, Moncler’s junior North American competitor, Canada Goose, removed fur from its signature quilted jackets. Moncler has no excuse.
Moncler uses more fur than any fashion brand we have yet to take on. Time to show them that their days of using fur are numbered. Until they find a new way to fill their bank accounts, they will deal with the international anti-fur movement.