An undercover investigation by The Humane Society of the United States and New York State Assembly member Linda B. Rosenthal (D., Manhattan) found that discount retailer Century 21 sold multiple garments containing real animal fur that in some cases were labeled as faux fur and in other cases were not labeled at all.
The sale of these garments, which included a Marc Jacobs jacket trimmed with raccoon dog fur but advertised as faux fur, are all in violation of state and federal fur labeling laws, including the 2007 New York State law authored by Rosenthal, according to investigators.
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