Luxury brands that no longer use fur
Prada - Prada announced in May 2019 that it will stop using fur in its designs, starting with its Spring/Summer 2020 women's collections.
Chanel - The French fashion house has agreed to ban the use of fur and exotic animal skins from its collections in December 2018.
Burberry - Burberry announced in 2018 that they will no longer be using real fur, and will put an end to burning its unsold goods.
John Galliano - That same year, creative director of Maison Margiela, John Galliano, announced in an interview with French Elle magazine that he would go fur-free.
DKNY - Donna Karan, creator of Donna Karan New York and DKNY, announced that the brands will be going fur-free starting in 2019.
Versace - Vice president of the Versace Group and chief designer Donatella Versace, said that it no longer "feels right."
Michael Kors - However, in 2017 the brand took steps to ban all use of real fur in their collections, starting in December 2018.
Gucci - CEO Marco Bizzarri told Vogue that thanks to technology, there's actually no need to use fur anymore.
Giorgio Armani - The Italian fashion house pledged to go fur-free in 2016, and committed to never use real fur in their collections again.
Tommy Hilfiger - Tommy Hilfiger made the decision to drop fur from its collections in early 2007 after several conversations with PETA.
Vivienne Westwood - The British designer joined the growing list of brands who've gone fur-free.
Ralph Lauren - The designer had never really been a major purveyor of fur, and finally pledged to ban fur altogether in 2006.
Calvin Klein - Calvin Klein is one of the first designers who said goodbye to fur.
Stella McCartney - Stella McCartney is the only designer on this list who never used real fur in her collections.