The ethical implication of Am de Paris
Am de Paris maintains strong and close relationships with a family of Canadian hunters. No endangered species is used. The activity is firmly framed and regulated by the Washington Convention on Protection of threatened species.
A hunter in Canada has above all a role based on responsibility and ecology, as he must observe, preserve and ensure harmony between and within species as well as their cohabitation with humans.
The hunter is in Northen Canada a key knot in the chain of animal balance and is committed to managing responsibly the territories allocated to him by the government. He strictly follows national directives. Fur is thus merely a consequence of the hunt, instead of its motivation.
This particular order, which is necessarily limited and controlled by quotas and imperatives within wildlife, also give our shawls this natural character and elegant yet ethical dimensions associated with fur. Each shawl is unique and different from its taints, shades and hair length.