Over the past few seasons, major fashion labels have embraced change by going completely fur-free: luxury brands such as Burberry, Gucci, Versace, and Michael Kors have banned the use of animal furs in their collections. It is part of a slow and steady shift, as designers are putting more thought into where their materials come from while embracing eco-minded practices at the same time. This new movement means a bevy of good faux furs have hit the market, and Dua Lipa is one celebrity to embrace the aesthetic by wearing it from head to toe.
Stepping out in London, the singer wore a brown shaggy faux fur coat by Stella McCartney, one of the first designers to really advocate for and design anti-fur and cruelty-free fashion. She matched the coat with a pair of brown vegan leather trousers by Nanushka, and color-blocked the ensemble with a neon green paillette crop top and cherry red top-handle bag. On her feet, she continued the look with a statement pair of pink pointed pumps with shaggy trim (also presumably faux, as both Lipa and her stylist Lorenzo Posocco made references to the whole outfit being faux on Instagram.) With Lipa’s unexpected color pops and fun accessories, rocking a good fake has never looked so good.