Interesting. I will wear vintage fur & leather, but have avoided anything new unless it comes from a company with very transparent sourcing & tanning ethics. It's an interesting conflict, but a good sign of public intent.
Perhaps it can help set the precedent for squeezing companies who work with fur to set & adhere to stricter ethical treatment & cleaner tanning processes. Perhaps then bans wouldn't be pursued.
The argument is solid, but the underlying "why" was what really interested me in this article.