Popular Estonian fashion brand created a charitable collection to support a fur farming ban

Popular Estonian fashion brand created a charitable collection to support a fur farming ban

7 May 2019
Loomus
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An Estonian fashion brand Tallinn Dolls launched a special “silver fox” collection to support an Estonian animal advocacy organization Loomus.

“The collection was created to spread love towards animals”

Said the manager of Tallinn Dolls Mari Martin adding that silver fox symbolizes respect for animals and that they wish to draw attention to the issue of fur farms and support a national ban.

“This exceptional initiative by Tallinn Dolls is both generous and commendable, as by giving a helping hand to Loomus, Tallinn Dolls is boosting animal advocates in their difficult work,” said the head of Loomus communications Annika Lepp. “The collection by Tallinn Dolls is a perfect example of cooperation between businesses and the third sector.”

The models of the special collection are Estonian celebrities Hanna Martinson, Maria Avdjushko and Anu Saagim.

The post 'Popular Estonian fashion brand created a charitable collection to support a fur farming ban' is modified from an article published by Loomus in their original language.