Are faux leather and eco-fur sustainable? Annalisa Queen’s choices for the new collection FW 21-22

Among the misconceptions about the fashion world is that eco-fur and eco-leather are sustainable, in fact the only positive factor is that they are cruelty-free as they are certainly tissues produced without causing suffering to animals but are in any case synthetic products.

On the other hand, ecological fur and faux leather are very polluting because they almost always come from synthetic fibres that are not biodegradable and remain in the ecosystem, like bottles or plastic bags.They are also often produced at low cost in Pakistan, Bangladesh or China, by people (including children) working in unacceptable conditions.


For the Fall Winter 2021 - 2022 collection, Annalisa Queen, always attentive to the sustainability factor, introduces the first truly ecological fur in Koba (soya) that is the first fur with 37% of vegetable fibers that is bio-based and regenerated polyester.











In the previous winter collection Annalisa Queen had introduced a vegetable skin derived from the fibers of pineapple leaves.

In this collection is instead introduced a vegetable skin derived from cactus, biodegradable and without toxic chemicals with which were made bags and even a garment of which we still do not reveal anything.


Stay tuned to discover the new collection Fall Winter 2021 - 2022.

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