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Shoes From Milan - Men’s Fashion Week


 Shoes From Milan - Men’s Fashion Week

Milan Fashion Week that includes fur pieces from Prada and Fendi
Prada led the pack with its furry assortment of moccasins. The show explored a 1970s theme, combining brown corduroy suits with patchwork fur shoes.
At Fendi, fur appeared on slide sandals. The shoes were colorful and bold, with some of them spelling out colors or the Fendi logo.


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Celebrities in Fur - Jennifer Lopez


Celebrities in Fur - Jennifer Lopez

Recently with her calf length giant fur coat and giant hooped earrings, Jennifer Lopez cut a dramatic figure as she stepped out in West Hollywood.


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Hong Kong International Fur & Fashion Fair, Coming Soon!


Hong Kong International Fur & Fashion Fair, Coming Soon!

Dates: February 16 – 18, 2017
Venue: Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre

The most spectacular fur and fashion fair in the Asia-Pacific region will be staged once again in the ultra-modern Hong Kong Convention Center.


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Fur Harvesters Auction Reports – January 2017


 Fur Harvesters Auction Reports – January 2017

FHA’s January 2017 auction results proved to be far better than expected on many articles. This was the largest attendance for a January opener in many years with several first time buyers from China.
Beaver sold similar to last year’s levels and indication is that item will slowly rise as the season progresses. Wild mink and otter sold at good levels over last year and again are expected to see increases in March..


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Fur Wraps the Hill (FWTH) Board Meets, The new name of the organization will be Fur Industries of North America (FINA), Montana's Trapping ban Initiative is rejected by voters,

Political front: The North American fur industry’s political arm, Fur Wraps the Hill (FWTH), comprised of American Legend Cooperative, Fur Council of Canada, Fur Commission USA, Fur Harvesters Auction Inc., Fur Information Council of America, International Fur Federation, North American Fur Auctions and the National Trappers Association, decided at their recent Board meeting that a new name change was in order to solidify their representation with U.S. and international regulatory and legislative bodies.

The new name of the organization will be Fur Industries of North America (FINA). While the name may have changed, the organization’s dual mandate of building a strong political base of support and protecting North American fur interests will not. FINA currently is working on reducing foreign import duties, particularly in China; ensuring fair implementation of CITES requirements on certain products; preventing legislative bans on certain trapping devices; opposing burdensome governmental regulations on waters of the U.S. that will adversely impact U.S. mink farmers; and challenging various state and local legislative efforts to harm the industry. FINA also ensures that the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act survives legislative and judicial challenges, and is applied aggressively by federal prosecutors.

Montana's Trapping ban Initiative is rejected by voters,
With close to 80 percent of precincts reporting, I-177, the animal trapping initiative is failing with 293,567 votes against to 170,081. I-177 would have prohibited people from using animal traps and snares on state public lands. It would not have impacted trapping on private land.


 
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