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LONDON - Fashion brand Karl Lagerfeld, whose founder famously defended the killing of animals for their skin, has banned fur from its collections after decades of pressure from animal rights campaigners.

People for the Ethical Treatment (PETA) which led repeated protests against the brand's use of fur, welcomed the decision which also extends to the AM Retail Group and its parent company, the G-III Apparel Group.

PETA Director Elisa Allen said: "PETA applauds these companies for their compassionate and business-savvy decisions, which show that fur is out and kindness is in.

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