More and more brands, designers and retailers are going fur-free. The companies listed below have announced that they don't sell animal fur or are phasing in a fur-free policy. (Please note that leather and shearling are not covered under a fur-free policy.)

Refer to our humane shopping guide, but always double-check any fur-trimmed product before buying it: Examine the material the hair comes out of to make sure it is woven fabric and not skin, and look at the ends of hairs—they should not be tapered (animal), though blunt ends could be either faux or sheared animal fur.

If you are a consumer and your favorite apparel company isn’t listed below, contact them to see if they have a fur-free policy. If they do, thank them with supportive messages and online comments. If they do not, politely let them know you won’t support them while they profit from cruelty. Your efforts will not only help expand our fur-free list, but also show decision-makers that consumers prioritize animal welfare.

If you are a brand or retailer and would like to see your company listed here, please let us know.


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This list was last updated Oct. 1, 2021.

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Compassionate consumers like you can take a stand against the fur industry by refusing to purchase its products. You have the power to save the thousands of animals suffering each year for the sake of fashion with every purchase you make.

Two scared baby foxes in a cage on a fur farm
Kristo Muurimaa / Oikeutta Elaimille

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