Is this the beginning of the end for fur? With more and more fashion houses going fur-free, San Francisco banning fur sales in the city and British MPs considering outlawing all imports of pelts

London - DKNY and Donna Karan are the latest fashion brands to grow an ever-growing list of labels who have shunned the animal-derived material for good in favor of ethical alternatives. Morris Goldf

London - Our understanding of what makes a luxury material is being rethought as a growing number of high-end fashion houses turn their backs on fur for good. Leading luxury houses Furla and Versace

London - As new types of faux fur continue to emerge, it can become increasingly difficult for consumers to tell the difference between real fur and faux fur - so they rely on retailers and brands t

With the start of 2018 just days away, FashionUnited has taken a look back on the big stories that broke in 2017, from the opening of H&M’s new brand Arket to illegal cat fur being sold as

London - Fashion retailers still have difficulty spotting the difference between real fur and fake, which has lead to a number of online giants, including Boohoo.com, TK Maxx, Miss Bardo and Amazon U

London - The luxury fur trade industry was delivered a heavy blow today as one of the world’s leading online luxury fashion retail companies - Yoox Net-a-Porter Group - announced it was 100 per

London - No one likes to be deceived - especially those who choose to purchase faux fur for ethical, social and environmental reasons, only to find out that is real. Unfortunately for some shoppers

British music legend Paul McCartney created a sensation in Paris on Monday as he led a celebrity invasion of his daughter Stella's fashion show that included rapper Kanye West and actor Woody Harrel