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Real dog fur found in Marc Jacobs 'faux fur' coats

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Friday, March 08, 2013

NY Daily News: A Humane Society probe found that Marc Jacobs 'faux fur' jackets actually contain dog hair.

Even if the labels say otherwise, the “faux fur” garments sold by the retailer are made with the fur of cuddly Chinese raccoon dogs, a breed that’s often skinned alive for its soft coat.

Tests arranged as part of an undercover probe by the Humane Society and state Assembly member Linda Rosenthal (D-Manhattan) identified various items hawked by Century 21 as containing real canine fur, disgusted shoppers found out Thursday.

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