Break Up With Fur and Angora! People All Over the World Protest The Kooples

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Kooples protest on Carnaby Street

Thursday was our day of action to persuade French fashion brand The Kooples to stop selling items made from fur and angora – two products that we know involve immense cruelty to animals.

Protests have been happening all over the world outside The Kooples’ stores, as people urge the company to get behind compassionate fashion.

Online, PETA supporters have been flooding The Kooples’ e-mail account, Facebook page, Twitter feed and Instagram posts with messages. And the company has been getting constant phone calls from kind people, asking staff when the brand will put a no-fur and no-angora policy in place, as so many other major retailers have already done.

With so much people power behind this campaign, we don’t see how The Kooples can fail to get the message that there is NOTHING cool about cruelty!

See the latest updates below. And get involved! Find out how you can take action here.

London, Carnaby Street

Leeds, Victoria Quarter


SPOTTED in Leeds! This young gentleman already knows that cruelty isn’t fashionable. A wave of protests are happening all over Europe today, asking French fashion brand @thekooplesofficial to ban fur and angora. Get involved: #thekooples #angora #fur

A photo posted by PETA UK (@petauk) on

Manchester, King Street

Paris, Le Marais

PETA France protest The Kooples for angora and fur

Amsterdam, PC Hooftstraat


  • patricia smith commented on November 8, 2015 at 7:25 pm




    • Heather Martin commented on November 10, 2015 at 9:40 pm

      ‘Kooples without Scruples’ should be boycotted. No company can exist without making constant profit. Profiteering from animal suffering is inexcusable in this day and age.

  • Ann Bicking commented on November 8, 2015 at 8:22 pm

    Stop the animal abuse! You’re a money grabber! Off with your heads!

  • Virginia DePaso commented on November 9, 2015 at 12:14 am

    We are their voices. Help end this torture to sheep for wool and angora clothing!

  • myriam larosa commented on November 9, 2015 at 8:54 am

    je suis horrifier que l, on dois tous jour ce servir encore des animaux pour s`habiller il faudrait en parler plus souvent

  • Diane Grimes commented on November 9, 2015 at 10:46 am

    I cannot believe how cruel this is… absolutely sickening!!!

  • Sofia commented on November 9, 2015 at 3:57 pm

    Those who sell it are people who would sell their soul for money and those who buy it are just as guilty. So what would happen if all of a sudden human skin would become the new “fashion” after all it does seem to be headed that way once we are done with animals. How can people sleep doing such cruel acts and how on earth they don’t think that some day they will pay for what they do now.

  • M Grant commented on November 9, 2015 at 4:12 pm

    While I agree wholehaeartedly with what you are doing, I do feel that the message has been lost by poor unintelligable wording on your posters, What on earth does “Break up with fur and
    angorra” mean?
    It doesn’t mean anything to me nor, I suspect, to anyone passing by seeing it.

    How about simply “STOP using cruel fur and angorra”?

  • Cristina Economides commented on November 9, 2015 at 4:57 pm

    Boycott angora woll is the only solution to help these voiceless animals, that are exloited to the maximum, again from Asian monsters, where they have farms for this purpose; they are so famous for horrendous kinds of torture towards animals. For Asians what matter is only money and violence related to that , nothing more, just boycott!!!

  • paul cole commented on November 9, 2015 at 7:26 pm

    go vegan stop the holocaust.

  • BarbE commented on November 10, 2015 at 8:58 am

    We don’t need inhumane angora or fur to keep warm. Only the cold hearted uncaring people do that. Let’s always be humane and care for these gentle animals. Please all you fur/angora buyers/consumers think about the cruelty that goes of this product and leave it on the shelf – don’t ever buy it. Thank you

  • Christine Kearney commented on November 13, 2015 at 2:11 pm

    Please do not buy angora this is a disgrace treating poor defenseless animals like this. I cannot get my head around humans treating animals like this, what right have they. All that suffering for fur. Anyone seen wearing this should be ashamed.

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