More and more retailers, designers and brands 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.

This list was last updated on November 15, 2019. 

If you know of a company that does not sell fur but is not listed here, please help us by contacting the company. Ask to have their fur-free policy in writing and forward the correspondence and/or responses to furfree@humanesociety.org. Your efforts will not only help expand our fur-free list but also show decision-makers that consumers think animal fur is a thing of the past.

If you would like to see your company listed here, please send us a note.

Note: Shearling is not covered by this list. Use our list as a guide, but always double-check any fur-trimmed product before buying it.

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Pledge to go fur-free!

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


*Indicates a company that has committed in writing to be fur-free through the international "Consumers for a Fur Free Society" program. We encourage companies on our list to to join the program and proudly display the fur-free fox logo on their doors.

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