COP26: Fur farming is impacting climate change – ACTAsia welcomes three designers going fur free
ACTAsia were thrilled that our International Sustainable Fur Free Festival in October was the launchpad for three young and highly talented designers to announce their fur free commitment.
Fashion, passion and compassion in Chongquing – Fur-Free Festival update!
Over the past few months, fashion’s fur-free movement has gained renewed momentum. Gucci pledged to end its use of fur. Other global fashion houses such as Yves Saint Laurent, Alexander McQueen, and Balenciaga joined the quest towards a fur-free fashion future.
Compassion in Fashion: ACTAsia’s 7th International Fur Free Fashion Festival in Chongqing Attracts 12 International Speakers Advocating Sustainability and Beauty without Cruelty
ACTAsia’s ‘Compassion in Fashion Forum’ on 20th October welcomed highly experienced speakers who discussed this year’s theme ‘Compassionate Choices’ within the fashion and beauty industries, consumer trends towards next-generation materials and highlight that sustainability goals begin with fur free. See their quotes below ART EXHIBITON: This year ACTAsia commissioned a stunning multi-sensory art exhibition […]
Microplastic Madness – ACTAsia Highlights the Dangers of Microplastics to Chinese Schoolchildren
Microplastics are small plastic pieces less than 5mm long which can be harmful to oceans and aquatic life. Microplastics come from a variety of sources, including from larger plastic debris that degrades into smaller pieces. Microplastics are present in a variety of products, from cosmetics to synthetic clothing to plastic bags and bottles. Many of these products readily enter the environment in waste.
Compassion in Fashion: ACTAsia host 7th International Fur Free Fashion Festival
2021 marks ACTAsia’s 7th annual International Sustainable Fur Free Fashion Festival and we are excited that this year’s festival will be taking place, for the first time, in the city of Chongqing on 20th October. Fashion-conscious and internationally up-and-coming, Chongqing has a population of 31 million, and we are confident that the new location of the Festival will be pivotal in the success of the event. ACTAsia has witnessed fantastic momentum over the years supporting our fur free goal and gained an excellent reputation within the fashion industry. Over this time, iconic and inspirational brands and designers have supported our work and voiced their views as fur free advocates within the industry.
Global Vaccine Inequality – but Vaccines are not the Solution to the Pandemic
Getting your third vaccine dose of vaccine is currently the talk of the town – from the supermarket aisles to local cafes there is the constant undercurrent of talk as to when people are hoping to get their third jab or booster. With more than 66% of the population in UK having now been “double jabbed” and 56% of the population in the USA also having received two doses of the vaccine, the west are literally light years ahead of some Asian nations where many of the population are yet to receive their first dose.
VOGUE Business interviews ACTAsia’s CEO Pei Su about Global Fashion House Kering’s ground breaking fur free move
Global Luxury brand Kering, who owns 12 major fashion brands including Gucci, Saint Laurent and Alexander McQueen, has declared that they will be going fur free across all brands. This is major news for the fashion industry and sends a strong message to other corporate fashion houses. The move was announced on Friday 24th September and Vogue Business were keen to speak to Pei, who campaigns tirelessly for fur free fashion.