LONDON - The PETA animal rights organisation is set to once again urge luxury fashion company LVMH to stop using fur and exotic skins in its products.

PETA is a shareholder in LVMH, which owns brands such as Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior and Fendi, and uses this to pose questions at the company's annual meeting, due to be held tomorrow (Thursday, 15th April).

This year, it is asking the company: “When will LVMH make the sensible decision to move away from the dangerous and cruel trade in the skins of minks, alligators, foxes, and pythons and invest in the future?”

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