Some Big Name Retailers Lying-Calling Real Animal Fur “Faux Fur”

Rossen Reports

Rossen Reports: Some ‘faux fur’ sold in stores comes from real animals

Dec. 19, 2014 at 7:40 AM ET

According to a May 2014 Gallup poll, nearly 100 million Americans think buying and wearing fur is “morally wrong.”

Some of the nation’s biggest retailers, including Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom Rack, Belk, Jacadi and Gilt Groupe, advertise “faux fur.” But a Rossen Reports investigation found that some of the items they’re selling actually come from the fur of real animals, including rabbits, coyotes and raccoon dogs (a strange-looking species of wild dog).


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