What are the labeling requirements for products with faux fur?

Faux fur is a little more complicated.

For Apparel: Several states including New York, Massachusetts, Wisconsin, Delaware, and New Jersey have their own regulations that state if an item appears to be fur but is not, then the label should clearly state that it is "faux fur" and provide the actual material content.

For Footwear: Footwear does not usually require material content on the label. However, several states including New York, Massachusetts, Wisconsin, Delaware, and New Jersey have their own regulations that state if an item appears to be fur but is not the label should clearly state that it is "faux fur" and provide the actual material content. Most major retailers require the faux fur label in all products just to be safe and have a product that can be sold anywhere.