Faux fur, or fake fur, which is made of cellulose fibers, is celebrated today. It first became available in 1929, and has been produced on a large scale since the 1950s—increasing in popularity in the decades since, as it has been promoted by animal rights groups. Although it is a good alternative to real fur, it is not as insulated, and does not let the skin breathe as much. Faux fur is used for the same clothing items that real fur is used for, and has been becoming more popular with fashion designers. It also is used in things such as stuffed animals, pillows, and bedding.

Faux Fur Friday is observed next on Friday, December 6th, 2019. It has always been observed the first Friday in December.

How to Observe

Celebrate the day by wearing faux fur! If you don't have any, go out and buy some. As faux fur can easily be sewn, there are many projects that can be made with it as well.

Occurrence Patterns

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