Written by PETA
Donna Karan knows about the suffering that goes into each and every fur-trimmed coat, hat, and bag that contains the skins of dead rabbits (we know—we showed her ourselves). You might think that a "Zen, revolutionary designer" such as DK would take a stand and permanently remove fur from her collections, but you'd be wrong. Check out our latest friendly reminder to her that she has strayed from "the path":
This comes after the recent flooding of Karan's DKNY Facebook page earlier last week.
DK needs to take a cue from cruelty-free fashion friends Stella McCartney, Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, and Liz Claiborne, who have chosen to leave fur where it belongs—on the bunnies! Please let her know what you think too!
Written by Alissa Moceri
No. "Did we stutter?" is not offensive to people with speech impediments, or shouldn't be. Stuttering may cause a person to not understand you. They are saying we all know she hears our message loud and clear. I think a person with a speech problem would know that having a speech problem may make a person difficult to hear correctly. Thats not offense.
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