Los Angeles, CA, United States (CNS) – Justin Timberlake’s clothing label is back on PETA’s good side. The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals commended the fashion brand William Rast for not featuring real animal furs in their new collection.
When the label featured genuine furs tails in its collection at the New York Fashion Week in February, PETA quickly admonished the singer, reminding him that “selling fur is an endorsement of unimaginable cruelty.”
William Rast had used fake fur in the past.
But the label is back to being OK with PETA, when CEO Colin Dyne told them the spring new collection will not feature real fur but just some fake fur fringe on the shoes.