Today, leather is mass-produced on a global level to feed a consumer society. In ancient times, leather was constructed on a need-basis - and because many harmful chemicals weren't discovered/didn't exist, more natural, ethical ways of producing leather were used. The Native Americans, after using every part of the buffalo, would tan the skin and use it for clothing; they didn't breed and produce buffalo in factories for the purpose of global distribution. Today, everything from shoes, to designer handbags, to motorcycle jackets are mass produced in environmentally and sociologically dangerous situations.
You've probably heard of the power of the consumer. This is true, especially in today's consumer market. With the invention of the internet and international shopping, the doors of selection have been opened like never before. Therefore, it's become increasingly easier to order that faux leather pink designer handbag online without the worry of buying leather from a detrimental tannery. Additionally, with the invention of vegan microfiber, biodegradable backcloth, and materials such as NuSuede and Durabuck, it's incredibly easy to shop with environmentalism and positive animal treatment methods in mind.
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