Anti-Fur Protesters Rock Sin City

Published by PETA.

After once-fur-hag Donna Karan stopped designing fur, we decided to shine the spotlight on someone who hadn’t got the message: Giorgio Armani. After he said he had been convinced to stop using fur but then reneged on his promise, we’ve started running Pinocchio Armani campaign tours to point out his lies and, more importantly, the blood that he still has on his hands.

Our campaigners and local members lined the sidewalk outside the famous Bellagio Hotel this week with traffic-stopping signs reading “Fur Is Dead” and “Pinocchio Armani.” Check it out:




Do you have a message for Armani? Leave a comment to let us know!

Written by Christine Doré

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