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Burberry reviews fur policy

Burberry is the latest luxury label to review its policy on using real fur in its collections.

The brand house said it was reconsidering its use of fur products, the Sunday Times reported.

A spokesman for Burberry said: “We can confirm that we are currently reviewing our use of real fur. There wasn’t any real fur in Burberry’s September 17 or February 18 runway collections.”

The brand added that its real fur is ethically sourced: “We use rabbit, mink, fox and Asiatic raccoon [dog] from farms … which adhere to EU laws and our responsible sourcing policy.”

Other design houses including DKNY, Furla and Gucci have recently banned the use of fur in their collections.

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