The fashion house Fendi debuted a new look at their menswear show in Milan on Monday -- and not on the models. Their Fall 2014 collection was showcased on a long runway covered in fur, upsetting many onlookers. While one instagrammer hoped that the stage's outfit was faux, Women's Wear Daily, The Gloss and Style.com have all reported that the runway was, indeed, made of fur -- long-haired goat's fur. We're still waiting for confirmation from Fendi, whom we've contacted for comment.
If the material covering the runway was made from "long-haired goat's fur," then this means that it was taken from angora goats, the breed that produces the fiber known as mohair. While many may think that the process of shearing goats doesn't hurt them, it can, according to PETA. In many cases, the animals are even skinned for their hides and/or coats.