Armani Is Officially Denouncing This Controversial Practice

Erin Fitzpatrick

Making a statement: Giorgio Armani has officially vowed to never use fur in any of his collections, marking a major win for animal activists. “I am pleased to announce that the Armani Group has made a firm commitment to abolish the use of animal fur in its collections,” Armani said in a statement. “Technological progress made over the years allows us to have valid alternatives at our disposition that render the use of cruel practices unnecessary as regards animals.” Shop Armani’s new arrivals here. [British Vogue]

The next It shoes: To celebrate the release of Céline’s S/S 16 Criss Cross Pumps, the brand created a cute new video showcasing the kicks. Available at the brand’s Madison and SoHo outposts in New York, the pumps come in black, white, and red. Better get used to seeing these shoes around—they’re destined for street style fame. Get the details on Céline’s new pumps here. [Céline]

Best in beauty: What do Brie Larson, Liv Tyler, and Diane Kruger have in common? They’ve all been resurrecting an old-school beauty trend lately: hair accessories. From bows to barrettes, let these ladies show you how it’s done. [Byrdie]

Celeb-inspired decorating tips: Want to do some spring cleaning to spruce up your place? Take inspiration from the stylish homes of Gwyneth Paltrow, Nina Dobrev, and more. From swapping out your curtains to adding bursts of color, these helpful hints are super easy to execute. [MyDomaine]

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