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Alexander McQueen and Balenciaga Are Finished With Fur

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Alexander McQueen and Balenciaga are saying no more to fur. Kering, the French luxury conglomerate that owns the brands, quietly made the revelation last week through its 2020 Universal Registration Document, which noted that “Balenciaga, Alexander McQueen and McQ also no longer use fur in their collections.” Most of Kering’s subsidiaries, the document went on…

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