We believe that it's never acceptable to harm animals in the manufacturing or testing of our products.
We think having excellent standards of animal welfare should go hand in hand with providing irresistible fashion. In 2015, we signed the Humane Society Fur Free Pledge.
We believe that using some animal materials is unacceptable in any measure, and as a result, we never use the following in our products:
Animal Fur: This includes both farmed fur (eg fox, mink, sable) and fur which may be a by-product of the meat industry (eg rabbit).
Endangered Species: This is defined as those species which appear on the CITES (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) or IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) lists of endangered species. Information on these lists can be found at http://www.cites.org and http://www.iucnredlist.org respectively.
Karakul: Or any leather or skin products that are the product of unnatural abortions. Sometimes called Astrakhan, Broadtail, Persian Lamb, Swakara or Krimmer.
Leather or skin products from exotic and wild caught animals: Spoiled Brat does not accept the use of skins from wild-caught animals or real exotic animal skins, including but not limited to; reptile skins, snake, alligator, crocodile and lizard.
Mongolian Lambs Fur: Due to the practices involved in the traditional methods of slaughter, we will not use this sheepskin variety.
Australian Merino Wool: Due to the widespread practice of mulesing sheep in Australia we will not use Merino wool sourced from Australia.
Angora: Due to the reported plucking methods used by some angora suppliers, we do not accept any products containing angora.