Olivia Munn is hailing the French fashion house of Chanel for banning the use of animal products such as fur and leather in their future designs.

As of late, authorities at Versace, Michael Kors, Gucci, Burberry, and Coach have every single declared arrangement for increasingly animal-friendly measures. Now Chanel administrators have gone with the same pattern for future fashion designs.

An agent for the brand clarifies the choice was made to a limited extent since it is becoming “increasingly difficult” to source materials that meet their moral principles and requirements for sustainability, demanding the new ban will furnish designers with a chance to make another generation of high-end products.

The move has just been applauded by activists at People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), and now Olivia has shared her delight about the news via web-based networking media. “This is AMAZING!!!! @chanel,” she tweeted together with a PETA news article about the initiative. She likewise posted a screen capture of the remark on Instagram, and subtitled it, “I hope this inspires more designers to follow suit.”

For sometimes, animal-lover Olivia has been approaching fashion industry experts to stop the utilization of fur in their pieces of clothing and recently peeled off to present naked for PETA’s ‘I would rather go naked than wear fur campaign in 2011.

“Who needs fur to feel beautiful?” she asked in the print advertisement. The “X-Men: Apocalypse” star additionally went above and beyond by collaborating with PETA authorities for a covert video uncover about the supposed maltreatment of animals on a fur farm in China, where fox, mink, and rabbit coats, and hides from puppies and felines, are much of the time gathered and sent worldwide to be transformed into attire and frill.

“There’s no positive aspect regarding imagining as you don’t have the foggiest idea,” she said of the horrible treatment the animals are allegedly exposed to.