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Neiman Marcus CEO, speaks out The Future Is Fur-Free and that includes the Ultra-Luxury space

Neiman Marcus CEO, speaks out The Future Is Fur-Free and that includes the Ultra-Luxury space

Neiman Marcus Ceo, Speaks Out The Future Is Fur-Free And That Includes The Ultra-Luxury Space

After decades of protests by PETA, Neiman Marcus in partnership with the Animal Human Society are working together to ensure they stop selling fur by March 2023 — in both Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman stores.

In 2021, the retail group, made a statement that they will be closing down all of their 22 fur salons and has committed to the elimination of all products containing animal fur.

“It is clear the future is fur-free, and that includes the ultra-luxury space,” he says. “As a leader in luxury retail, NMG has an opportunity to help build a better future for our industry. We’re grateful to the Humane Society of the United States for their partnership.”

Neiman Marcus Group plans to work with luxury brands on ultra-luxury concepts that satisfy the tastes of luxury customers. The fur salons will be reconverted into spaces modern luxury experiences.

However, luxury brands such as Gorski, a Canadian fashion company based in Montreal with a focus on high-end luxury fur products are still available on Neiman Marcus with prices around $4,799 for their fox-fur coats. More than likely, past brand agreements are still in full effect until their supplier agreement expires.

Neiman Marcus will be in good company, joining a long list of retailers who’ve ditched fur in recent years including Bloomingdale’s, The Gap, H&M, J Crew, and most recently Macy’s.

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