Saks Fifth Avenue to stop selling animal fur products

The luxury department store chain said in a statement that under the new policy, it will “no longer offer products from animals raised for the use of their fur, including but not limited to mink, fox, chinchilla and sable, as well as fur products derived from wild animals, such as coyote and beaver.”The change will happen with a phased approach, starting with closing fur salons by the end of fiscal 2021 and eliminating products sold by brand partners by the end of fiscal 2022, the store said.It will continue to sell shearling, goatskin, cattle hide, down, feathers, leather and faux fur products.”We evaluate a number of factors when making

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