Luxury Italian fashion house Dolce & Gabbana is going fur-free, swapping animal pelts for faux
Luxury outerwear brand Moncler is going fur-free, joining the ranks of high-end fashion brands that
Throughout 2021, some of the top fashion brands have gone fur-free and governments have banned
Italy is set to become the 16th European country to completely ban fur farming.
One of the world's most influential fashion magazines has banned fur from its pages.
British Columbia will phase out its existing fur farming industry due to the COVID-19 risk
Ireland's fur farming ban will go into force in 2022, as will a compensation package
Kering Group, parent company to a number of major luxury fashion brands including Gucci and
City Councillors in Ann Arbor just passed a fur ban. From next year, retailers will
Canada Goose confirmed it will cease manufacturing with fur by 2022.