A List of Luxury Brands That Have Banned Fur (So Far)
Michael Kors made headlines in Dec. 2017 after announcing the fashion house would no longer use animal fur in any of its products. According to the company's press release, "the fur-free policy will cover both Michael Kors and the recently acquired Jimmy Choo line." The move came after a meeting with PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), and Michael Kors follows in the footsteps of other luxury retailers like Gucci who have gone fur-free. More and more brands are opting to adhere to ethical guidelines when it comes to sourcing products, and that's something we can all stand behind. Read on to see which major fashion houses have banned the use of fur, as we hope this list continues to grow in 2018.