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Off-White has just dropped its winter-ready reversible down jacket. The grey deconstructed jacket features a front kangaroo pouch, a beige side pocket, polyamide trim at the collar and hood, and extended hood laces in a gradient color.
The front sees a spray paint logo in black while the rear has a large "Off-White™" logo. Those interested can find the Reversible Down Jacket over at stockists like 24s, and on Off-White's online store for a price of $2,135 USD.
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Doused in palettes of dark green, brown and black, highly wearable colors appear over a set of track jackets and pants. The first colorway is complemented by bold grey stripes along the sides of the tracksuit, covered all the way from the top of the shoulders to the bottom of the track pants. The Steve McQueen-inspired butterfly motif is placed at the upper left chest of the jacket and at the upper left thigh of the pants. The top piece comes with raglan sleeves, a two-way central zip and slightly raised collars, while the pants see a subtle middle seam for a somewhat tapered look. Finishing off the range, the dark brown coloway comes with contrasting burgundy highlights, while the black version's stripes and logo arrive in dark purple.
The NEEDLES Velour Tracksuits are currently available at nepenthes.shop-pro.jp, starting at $221 USD for the pants.
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Almost a year after the city of Los Angeles officially banned the sale of animal fur products, the entire California state has now followed suit, becoming the first state in the US to do so.
The bill was authored by state assemblymaker Laura Friedman, and signed into legislation by Governor Gavin Newsom last Friday. The new law will take effect on January 1, 2023, and renders the sales, donation, or manufacturing of new fur products illegal. However, the legislation does exempt from its scope used fur and taxidermy products, furs used for religious purposes or by Native American tribes as well as leather, shearling, and cowhide. Furs lawfully obtained via hunting licenses will also be permitted.
Aside from the new ban on furs, Newsom also signed a range of other bills focused on preventing animal cruelty, such as laws banning the use of certain animals in circuses, laws banning the hunting and killing of bobcats, and laws protecting horses from being slaughtered.
In related news, New York has also proposed to ban the sale of fur earlier this year.
Today CA made history - #AB44 was signed into law! After decades of efforts from animal welfare advocates, we are now the first state in the nation to ban fur. CA has no place for the inhumane & unsustainable treatment of animals. Now for other states to follow in our legacy. pic.twitter.com/1WVtz517ig
— Laura Friedman (@laurafriedman43) October 12, 2019