Yes. The number of designers currently working with fur is probably as high now as it has ever been. While some brands and retailers have dropped fur in recent years, the number of artisanal designers working with fur has been rising steadily.

Fur has long been appreciated by designers and their customers for its warmth, beauty and luxurious feel, but the ways in which fur is used have evolved and expanded greatly in recent years. New techniques for working with fur have made it more versatile, giving designers more freedom to be creative. In addition to outerwear apparel, fur is increasingly used for vests and other small pieces, for linings and trims, and for a wide range of fashion accessories.

Animal rights groups like to list brands that don’t use fur, but the majority of these are fast-fashion brands whose price point is too low to include luxury materials such as fur. Meanwhile, among the higher-end brands, fur continues to be prominent in most designer collections, including Dior, Fendi, Louis Vuitton, Salvatore Ferragamo, Valentino, and many more.

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