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Flairline Fashions goes Fur Free - Press Release

Posted in ALiberation Press Release by ALib on the March 25th, 2009

Pamela Scott says
No to Fur

Flairline Fashions Group joins ALiberation Fur Free Shopping Program.
Please View the Fur Free policy.

ALiberation welcomed The Flairline Fashions Group to it’s Fur Free Shopping Program.

The Flairline Fashions Group portfolio of stores includes Pamela Scott, Richard Alan, Lisa Perkins, Ashley Reeves and Pamela Scott Ski. All 24 outlets within the group will end all connection with animal fur.

A campaign spearheaded by ALiberation in association with AFAR and ARAN came to happy conclusion when the Flairline Fashions Group decided to go fur free. This is a successful outcome for a campaign that at one stage also involved CAFT.

The fur free program is for all time and includes rabbits and karakul lambs. The program began on March 1st 2009.
The fact that no animal fur will be sold in Flairline Fashions Group


stores throughout Ireland is a significant blow to the fur industry in this country; an industry that directly kills 170,000 animals in 6 fur farms in Ireland each year.
Due to weak Irish laws and a Minister of Agriculture that is not fulfilling his role this caged exploitation continues today in a modern Ireland.

The animal fur industry is built upon violating rights and the exploitation of animals.

The Flairline Fashions Group will now join the vast majority of stores around the country by saying no to animal fur. They will join the growing list of influential designers and stores such as Brown Thomas, Arnotts, TopShop, Dunnes Stores, Marks & Spencer, Debenhams, Next, and Karen Millen to name a few” Jim Walsh, representative for ALiberation said “We are delighted that the Flairline Fashions Group has made this statement by signing our program against using animal fur. We’re very happy to include them on all fur free lists. After all nobody needs to wear fur except the animal whose skin it is”.

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