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The real price of fur must be measured in deaths–not dollars. To make one fur coat you must kill at least fifty-five wild mink, thirty-five ranched mink, forty sables, eleven lynx, eighteen red foxes, eleven silver foxes, one hundred chinchillas, thirty rex rabbits, nine beavers, thirty muskrats, fifteen bobcats, twenty-five skunks, fourteen otters, one hundred twenty-five ermines, thirty possums, one hundred squirrels, or twenty-seven raccoons.

Every year, the well-organized fur trade spends millions of dollars to glamorize fur coats and accessories and to mask the real price of fur: pain, mutilation, and death for millions of animals.  IDA

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Fur-Free Retailers, Designers, and Brands

The List of Fur-Free Retailers

Whom Do I Contact for More Information about the Fur Free Retailer Program in My Country?

PDF List of Fur-Free Retailers

Is It Real or Fake Fur?

Leather and Fur Alternatives

Dressing Cruelty Free: Vegan Companies

Shopping Guide to Compassionate Clothing- Quick Reference Guide

Cruelty Uncaged, A Review of Fur Farming in North America

Consumers for a Fur-Free Society

Bloody Harvest: Fur Their Sake, Make It Fake

Bloody Harvest: The Real Cost of Fur

Toxic Fur | Poisons in Fur | Poisonous Substances in Fur [3 Documents]

Get Active! Join Our Street Team

IDA’s Anti-Fur Literature to Order for Campaigns

PETA’s Fur-Free Demo Checklist

Fur-Free Action Guide

IDA’s Fur Kills Handout or Poster

Sample Anti-Fur Message

Link to Additional Sample Anti-Fur Letters

Truth in Fur Labeling Act of 2010 Brief

Truth in Fur Labeling Act of 2010 Facts

Truth in Fur Labeling Act of 2010 Language

More Leather Alternatives, Including Mail & Internet

Resources

Fur Action Alerts

Fur-Free Retailers, Designers, and Brands, HSUS

More and more retailers and designers are rejecting animal cruelty and potential consumer deception by adopting fur-free policies. Listed here are those who’ve announced that they don’t sell animal fur or are phasing in a fur-free policy.

If you don’t see a company on our list that does not sell fur, 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, by contacting companies as a concerned consumer, will also demonstrate to decision-makers that animal fur is a thing of the past.

If you would like to see your company listed here, please email furfree@humanesociety.org.

*Please 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 (document below the list as well).

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Abercrombie & Fitch
Adolfo Dominguez logo, Consumers for a Fur-Free Society
aerie (American Eagle Outfitters)
aerie f.i.t. (American Eagle Outfitters)
Aéropostale
Alber Nipon (Jones Apparel Group)
Alloy (Delia’s, Inc.)
Amanda Pearl
AK Anne Klein (Jones Apparel Group)
American Apparel logo, Consumers for a Fur-Free Society
American Eagle Outfitters
Analog Outerwear (Burton Snowboards)
Ann Taylor
Anne Klein New York (Jones Apparel Group)
Anthropologie
Apple Bottoms by Nelly
Ashley Paige
Ashley Watson
Athleta (The Gap, Inc.)
Axcess (Liz Claiborne, Inc.)
Axis (Perry Ellis International, Inc.)
Axist (Perry Ellis International, Inc.)

Bahar Shahpar
Banana Republic (The Gap, Inc.)
Bandolino (Jones Apparel Group)
Bandolinoblu (Jones Apparel Group)
Baracuta
Bealls
Belstaff
Benetton
Benjamin Cho
Betsey Johnson
Billabong
Black Label (Polo by Ralph Lauren)
Blue Label (Polo by Ralph Lauren)
Bongo (Kenneth Cole)
Boston Proper
Burton Snowboards

C & C California (Perry Ellis International, Inc.)
Caché
Callaway Golf (Perry Ellis International, Inc.)
Calvin Klein
Calvin Klein Collection (Calvin Klein)
Calvin Klein Jeans (Calvin Klein)
Carhartt
Catherines
CCS (Delia’s, Inc.)
Champs Sports (Foot Locker, Inc.)
Chaps (Polo by Ralph Lauren)
Charlotte Ronson
Charlotte Russe
Cherry Berry
Chico’s
ck Calvin Klein (Calvin Klein)
Claiborne by John Bartlett (Liz Claiborne, Inc.)
Club Monaco (Polo by Ralph Lauren)
Coldwater Creek
Coldwater Creek’s Sport Catalog (Coldwater Creek)
Cole Haan (Nike)
Columbia Sportswear Company
Concepts by Claiborne (Liz Claiborne, Inc.)
Converse, Inc. (Nike)
Cri de Coeur
Cubavera

Daffy’s
Dana Buchman (Liz Claiborne, Inc.)
Del Forte Denim
Delia’s
DKNY Active (Liz Claiborne, Inc.)
DKNY Jeans (Liz Claiborne, Inc.)
DKNY Men (Liz Claiborne, Inc.)
Dockers (Levi’s)
Dollhouse
Donna Salyers’ Fabulous-Furs logo, Consumers for a Fur-Free Society
Diesel (Black Gold, Denim, Diesel Kid, Diesel Lifestyle)
Dress Barn
Duckie Brown

Eastbay (Foot Locker, Inc.)
Easy Spirit (Jones Apparel Group)
Ecoganik
Ed Hardy
edc by esprit (Esprit)
Eddie Bauer
Edun
Eileen Fisher
Element (Billabong)
Ella Moss
Elliot Gant (Gant)
Energie (Jones Apparel Group)
Energie (Sixty SpA)
Enzo Angiolini (Jones Apparel Group)
Erika (Jones Apparel Group)
Esprit logo, Consumers for a Fur-Free Society
Evan-Picone (Jones Apparel Group)
Express (Limited Brands)

Farah
Fashion Bug
Foot Locker
Footaction (Foot Locker, Inc.)
Forever 21
Free People (Urban Outfitters)

G by Guess (Guess?, Inc.)
G.N.H. (Gant)
G-lish Fashions
Gant
Gary Harvey Eco
Girl Star (Perry Ellis International, Inc.)
GLO Jeans (Jones Apparel Group)
Gloria Vanderbilt (Jones Apparel Group)
Goody’s
GoLite (Timberland)
Gotcha (Perry Ellis International, Inc.)
Grand Slam (Perry Ellis International, Inc.)
Grane (Jones Apparel Group)
Guess?

H&M logo, Consumers for a Fur-Free Society
Hard Tail
Helly Hansen logo, Consumers for a Fur-Free Society
Henri Bendel (Limited Brands)
Hilfiger Denim (Tommy Hilfinger)
Hilfiger Sport (Tommy Hilfinger)
Hollister Co. (Abercrombie & Fitch)
Honolua Surf Co. (Billabong)
howies (Timberland)
HSN (Home Shopping Network)
Hurley International LLC (Nike)

Imitation by Imitation of Christ
iPath (Timberland)
Iron Fist

J. Crew
J. Jill (The Talbots, Inc.)
Jag (Perry Ellis International, Inc.)
Jantzen (Perry Ellis International, Inc.)
Jay McCarroll
Jeanstar (Jones Apparel Group)
JCPenney
Jimmy’Z (Aéropostale)
Joan & David (Jones Apparel Group)
John Bartlett
John Henry (Perry Ellis International, Inc.)
John Varvatos
Jones Apparel Group
Jones New York Collection (Jones Apparel Group)
Jones New York Dress (Jones Apparel Group)
Jones New York Signature (Jones Apparel Group)
Jones New York Sport (Jones Apparel Group)
Juicy Couture (Liz Claiborne, Inc.)

Karen Walker
Kasper (Jones Apparel Group)

Kate Spade (Liz Claiborne, Inc.)
Katharine Hamnett
Kenneth Cole
Kenneth Cole New York (Kenneth Cole)
Kenneth Cole Reaction (Kenneth Cole)
Kensie (Liz Claiborne, Inc.)
Kensiegirl (Liz Claiborne, Inc.)
Kids Foot Locker (Foot Locker, Inc.)
Killah
Killer Loop (Benetton)
Kustom (Billabong)
 

l.e.i. (Jones Apparel Group)
La Senza (Limited Brands)
Lacoste
Lady Foot Locker (Foot Locker, Inc.)
Lands’ End
Lane Bryant
Lara Miller
Lauren by Ralph Lauren (Polo by Ralph Lauren)
Lauren Conrad Collection
Leanne Marshall
Levi’s
Le Suit (Jones Apparel Group)
Lilla P
Limited Brands
Linda Loudermilk
Liz & Co. (Liz Claiborne, Inc.)
Liz Claiborne New York (Liz Claiborne, Inc.)
Loyale Clothing
Lucky Brand (Liz Claiborne, Inc.)

Mac & Jac (Liz Claiborne, Inc.)
Madewell (J.Crew)
Malan Breton
MANGO SELLS FUR AGAIN | 2010
Manhattan (Perry Ellis International, Inc.)
Marmot
Marc Bouwer
Marciano (Guess?, Inc.)
Martin + Osa (American Eagle Outfitters)
Matt and Nat
Maurices (Dress Barn)
MCD (Perry Ellis International, Inc.)
Mexx (Liz Claiborne, Inc.)
Mion footwear (Timberland)
Miss Sixty
Mondo di Marco (Perry Ellis International, Inc.)
Montrail Footwear (Columbia Sportswear Company)
Mountain Hardwear (Columbia Sportswear Company)
Munsingwear (Perry Ellis International, Inc.)
Murphy & Nye

Nanette Lepore
Natural Issue (Perry Ellis International, Inc.)
NatureVsFuture
Nautica
New York & Company
Nicole Miller
Nicole Miller Ltd.
Nike
Nike Swim (Perry Ellis International, Inc.)
Nine West (Jones Apparel Group)
Nixon (Billabong)
Northcountry catalog (Coldwater Creek)
NSF Clothing

Oakley
Old Navy (The Gap, Inc.)
Olsen Haus
Organic by John Partrick
Original Penguin by Munsingwear (Perry Ellis International, Inc.)
Overstock.com

Pacific Trail (Columbia Sportswear Company)
Palais Royal
Palmers Surf (Billabong)
Pappagallo (Jones Apparel Group)
Patagonia
Paul Frank
Payless ShoeSource
Peebles
Perry Ellis America (Perry Ellis International, Inc.)
Perry Ellis International, Inc.
Perry Ellis Portfolio (Perry Ellis International, Inc.)
PGA Tour (Perry Ellis International, Inc.)
Piperlime (The Gap, Inc.)
Playlife (Benetton)
Polo by Ralph Lauren
Polo Jeans Co. (Polo by Ralph Lauren)
prAna
Pro Player (Perry Ellis International, Inc.)

Ralph Lauren (Polo by Ralph Lauren)
Ralph Lauren Purple Label (Polo by Ralph Lauren)
Raphael
Rebecca Beeson
Rebecca Taylor
Redsand (Perry Ellis International, Inc.)
RefrigiWare
Richlu
RL Childrenswear (Polo by Ralph Lauren)
RLX (Polo by Ralph Lauren)
Ro & Co.
RRL (Polo by Ralph Lauren)
Rugby (Polo by Ralph Lauren)
Rugger (Gant)
Ryann Ryann’s

Savane (Perry Ellis International, Inc.)
Scapegoat (prAna)
Sheila Frank
Signature by Levi Strauss & Co. (Levi’s)
Sisley (Benetton)
Sixty SpA
Sorel (Columbia Sportswear Company)
Spirit (Coldwater Creek)
Splendid
Stage
Stella McCartney
Steve Madden
Stewart + Brown
Suede
Sworn Virgins

Talbots
The Andira Rain Tee Collection
The Gap
The Havanera Co. (Perry Ellis International, Inc.)
The Limited
The North Face
Three Dots
Tigerlily (Billabong)
Timberland
Timberland PRO (Timberland)
Todd Oldham
Tommy Hilfiger
Topshop (mainly U.K.-based; one NYC store) logo, Consumers for a Fur-Free Society
Tribeca (Kenneth Cole)
Tricots St. (Perry Ellis International, Inc.)
Trovata
True Religion

Umbro Ltd. (Nike)
Undercolors (Benetton)
Uniqlo
United Colors of Benetton (Benetton)
Unlisted (Kenneth Cole)
Urban Outfitters

Vans
Vaute Couture Victoria Bartlett/VPL
Victoria’s Secret (Limited Brands)
Von Zipper (Billabong)

Wet Seal
Weatherproof Garment Company
William Rast

Xcel (Billabong)
XCVI

Zappos.com
Zara

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 take the next step and put their commitment in writing through this program, and proudly display the fur-free fox logo on their door.

 

Cruelty around the world … no country is safe for animals, no place immune from viciousness and speciesism.

  

 

 

 

2010 Fur-Free Friday Video Footage from numerous events

Please click HERE for an individual video list of the Fur-Free Friday events.

THE LIST OF FUR FREE RETAILERS

Retailers You Can Trust

The following retailers have committed in writing to the only fur-free policy recognized by the international Fur Free Retailer Program. By signing onto the program, these retailers proven that they are socially responsible and that they care about animals.


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Australia 

Austria

Belgium

Brazil

Canada

Chile

China

Croatia

Czech Republic

Denmark

Dubai

Estonia

Finland

France

Germany

Greece

Hungary

Iceland

Iran

Ireland

Israel

Italy

Japan 

Korea

Kuwait

Latvia

Lithuania

Luxembourg

Mexico

Netherlands

Norway

Panama

Poland

Portugal

Qatar

Romania

Russia

Singapore

Slovakia

Slovenia

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

United Arab Emirates

United Kingdom

United States

Whom Do I Contact for More Information about the Fur Free Retailer Program in My Country? 

International Contact: info@furfreeshopping.com

Australia:
World Society for the Protection of Animals 

Canada:
Global Action Network

Croatia:
Animal Friends Croatia

Czech Republic:
Svoboda Zvirat

Denmark:
Anima

Finland:
Animalia

Italy:
Lega Anti Vivisezione

Japan:
JAVA

Netherlands:
Bont voor Dieren 

Norway:
Dyrevernalliansen

Portugal:
Animal

Spain:
FAADA

Sweden:
Djuren’s Ratt

Switzerland:
Swiss Animal Protection

United Kingdom:
Respect for Animals

United States:
Born Free USA

Fur-Free Retailers PDF

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Is It Real or Fake Fur?
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Leather & Fur Alternatives

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Dressing Cruelty Free: Vegan Companies

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Shopping Guide to Compassionate Clothing- Quick Reference Guide

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Cruelty Uncaged, A Review of Fur Farming in North America

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Consumers for a Fur-Free Society

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Bloody Harvest: Fur Their Sake, Make It Fake

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Bloody Harvest: The Real Cost of Fur

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Toxic Fur

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Poisons in Fur

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Brief Profile of Discovered Poisonous Substances in Fur

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Get Active! Join Our Street Team

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IDA’s Anti-Fur Literature to Order for Campaigns

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PETA’s Fur-Free Demo Checklist

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Fur-Free Action Guide

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IDA’s Fur Kills Handout or Poster

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SAMPLE MESSAGE

To Whom It Concerns,

I am shocked to discover that you are commercially engaged in the fur industry. Due to the inherently-brutal industry of fur farming, any products derived for or from the suffering and killing of animals should be rejected, and I am respectfully requesting that you discontinue profiting off the exploitation of animals.

Please watch the undercover footage of the industry you promote; the first has footage of Finnish fur farms in different languages, the second a barbaric demonstration of fur in general:

FurStop.Com

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O_8Ko-9uKRs

Humans are capable, indeed obligated, to acknowledge animals as sentient beings who, like humans, experience love, anguish, pain, and suffering. Human apathy as established by the usage of fabrications and euphemisms reflects a lack of respect, not only for animals, but also for humans, and I implore upon you to examine your role in the suffering of animals and your unscrupulous conduct as host to such a cruel business. As such, as long as you unnecessarily and selfishly capitalizes on the mutilation, torture, and death of animals, I will not financially support you or your associated products. Furthermore, I will share this information with family, friends, colleagues, and members of online communities.

Please make both the ethical and responsible decision to discontinue your commercial support of fur immediately: join an increasing body of corporations who are listening to a concerned and attentive consumer population who refuse to be complicit in the inherently malicious industry of fur farming in all stages of “production”. I hope this letter finds you willing to scrutinize your own involvement and desire to protect, rather than harm, animals.

Sincerely,

NAME, ADDRESS

 

Click HERE for additional Anti-Fur Letters you may use.

Truth in Fur Labeling Act of 2010

1. [111th] H.R.2480 : Truth in Fur Labeling Act of 2010

Sponsor: Rep Moran, James P. [VA-8] (introduced 5/19/2009) Cosponsors (170)
Committees: House Energy and Commerce; Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation
House Reports: 111-571
Latest Major Action: 8/5/2010 Referred to Senate committee. Status: Read twice and referred to the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation.


2. [111th] S.1076 : Truth in Fur Labeling Act of 2009
Sponsor: Sen Menendez, Robert [NJ] (introduced 5/19/2009) Cosponsors (32)
Committees: Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation
Latest Major Action: 5/19/2009 Referred to Senate committee. Status: Read twice and referred to the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation.
Truth in Fur Labeling Act of 2010 Facts

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Truth in Fur Labeling Act of 2010 Language
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