There’s no such thing as
animal-friendly fur

Fur farms kill millions of animals including cats and dogs each year, and there are no laws to protect them from intolerable cruelty and an inhumane death. Humane Society International Australia continues to be committed to highlighting the cruel and inhumane practices of the fur industry and pressuring governments, fashion labels and retailers to end this cruel practice.

fur vest with raccoon and rabbit tag
The cruelty behind these labels would be unbearable for most shoppers, and yet retailers continue to sell fur goods.

One by one, major fashion labels are announcing they are ditching the fur for their future collections including Gucci, Michael Kors and Versace. HSI is delighted to see that Australia’s two biggest department stores, Myer and David Jones, have continued to keep fur off their racks, maintaining their promise to support fur free fashion.

You can help end the fur trade by avoiding brands that still sell fur.

HSI’s Fur Free List

Some of the information is kindly provided by the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) and Animals Australia. This list is continually updated but may have omissions. 

Fur free retailers

Abercrombie & Fitch

adidas

Alannah Hill

Alexander McQueen

Alexandra K

Almost Skateboards

American Apparel

Angus Clyne Australia Pty Ltd

Ann Taylor

Annika Louise

Armani

ASOS

ASOS Marketplace

Australian Knitting Mills

Backstage

Balenciaga

Banana Republic

Bebe

Benetton

Big W

Billabong

Birdsnest

Bjorn Borg

Blind Skateboards

Bloomingdale’s

Bottega Veneta

Bunnings

Burberry

Byron Bay Gifts

C&A

Cache

Calvin Klein

Campus Choice

Cecil

Chanel

Closed

Coach

Converse Inc. (Nike)

Country Road

Darkstar Skateboards

David Jones Department Store

David Lawrence

Decjuba

Designer Duchess

Diesel

DKNY

Dockers

Donna Salyers’ Fabulous Furs

Dorothy Perkins

Down That Little Lane

Ed Hardy

Elizabeth de Varga (Bridal wear)

Enjoi

Ensign International Pty Ltd

Esprit

Ezibuy

Fashion Fair

FarFetch (from December 2019)

Feathers Boutique

Filippa K

Forever 21

Forever New

Foot Locker

Free People

FXD

Gant

GAP

Giving Gecko

Globe

Goodgear Pty Ltd

Gucci

Guess

H&M

Hard to Find

Harris Scarfe

Helly Hansen

Henry Bucks of Collins Street

Hepworths

Hollister Co. (Abercrombie & Fitch)

Hugo Boss

Huntingbird

Hurley

Illumae Fashion

Impala Rollerskates

Indulge HQ

Infantium Victoria

Jeanswest

Jigsaw

Jimmy Choo

Juicy Couture

Kahla & Eco Vegan Boutique

Karen Walker

Kate Spade (Fifth and Pacific)

Kathmandu

KJA (Karl Joonas)

Kmart

Koala

Kustom (Billabong)

Lacoste

Ladakh

La Senza

Latest Buy

Levi’s

Lululemon Athletica

Macy’s

Mahla Clothing

Mango

Marc Cain

Marcs

Matt & Nat

Mexx

Michael Kors

Mimco

Miiomai

Miss Sixty

Muccia

Michelle Ann Fashions (Mornington, VIC)

Miss Me

Mr Porter

My Size

Myer Department Store

Nautica

Net-a-Porter

Nightcliff Amcal (Children’s Wear, NT)

Nike

Nine West

Nixon (Billabong)

Nordstrom

Oakley

Odd Molly

Oxford

Paul Frank

Patagonia

Peppers Formal Hire (Cremorne, NSW)

Peter Alexander Sleepwear

Plus Sized Clothing

Prada (NEW)

Qualitops Pty Ltd

Ralph Lauren

RES Denim

Rivette & Blair

Saks Fifth Avenue (from 2023)

Salty Crew

Selfridges

Sample

Sculpt Australia

Steve Madden

Stella McCartney

Superdry

Target

The Limited

The OutNet

The North Face

The Uniform Place

Tigerlily (Billabong)

Timberland

Tommy Hilfiger

TopShop

Treloar Australia

Trenery

True Religion Brand Jeans

United Colors of Benetton

Unreal Fur

Urban Outfitters

Valentino (from 2022)

Vans

Versace

Victoria’s Secret (Limited Brands)

Vivienne Westwood

Von Zipper (Billabong)

Williamson International

Witchery

Work, Rest and Play Plus Sized Clothing

Wolf & Badger

Wrangler

Yoox

ZARA

Designers who have failed to announce a fur-free policy

Alexander Wang

Altuzarra

Arthur Galan

Chloe

Dior

Fendi

Giambattista Valli

Hermes

J. Mendel

Karl Lagerfeld

Lisa Ho

Louis Vuitton

Marc Jacobs

Marni

Roberto Cavalli

Yves Saint Laurent

 

Retailers that still sell fur

Feel free to content them and ask that they stop selling fur.

Alexandra Australia

Cable Melbourne

Farfetch

Frou Frou Designs

Green with Envy

Harmony and Lawson

House of Fraser

Jackson Furs (QLD)

Liv Gifts (VIC)

Lujoso Fine Furs (WA)

Slaters Country Store, Tasmania

Vicky Mar

Villains Clothing (WA)

Wish

Zjoosh

Temple and Webster

 

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