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Fur continues to fall out of fashion, with Coach as the latest high end label saying it will no longer include it in its products.
The brand, known for its signature bags, gloves and bags, says it plans to be fur free when it reveals its collection in the fall of 2019.
“The decision to go free is a truly meaningful milestone for the brand,” said Joshua Schulman , President and Coach Manager, in a statement and noted that the move was in line with the Company’s Coach Coach established three years ago.
High labels and designers have increasingly been shot in recent months, The following years of criticism of how animals are treated to get the material.
Burberry, the advanced British line known for its beautiful raincoats and boots, said last month that it would no longer use genuine fur. And in March, Versace said it was implementing a similar policy as echoing movements by other designers like Hugo Boss and Gucci.  More money: Burberry releases the use of genuine fur in its products, stop destroying unsold goods  More money: Forever 21 joins H & M, Zara in that forbid mohair promises to end it by 2020
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Other fabrics has come under fire. In June, low-priced chains Forever 21 said that it would ban mohair from their scarves, sweaters and other products until 2020 with concern about animal rights. Fast-paced giants H & M and Zara also said that they would no longer sell goods containing the yarn within two years.
Penelope Cruz and Naomi Campbell look at Burberry drawing on the sculptor Henry Moore at the London Fashion Week. (February 21)
People for the ethical treatment of animals applauded the coach’s movement but allowed him to do more.
“Today’s shoppers do not want to wear the fur of troubled animals,” said PETA Vice Deputy President Tracy Reiman in a statement, “and PETA looks forward to the trainer pulling Angora and Mohair from his pattern next.”
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