Fur Free Prada, Part Deux

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Prada girl showing off a piece from the “Fake Classic” line

Well, I guess since Prada is Italian and all, it would really be Part Due, but that’s not the point here . . . The whole “Prada Bored With Fur” story is all over the place, especially in the fashion press.

The one from The Dallas Morning News is my favorite, but I must say that the NY Post gets extra credit for including a photo of the fur hag editor of Vogue Anna Wintour with pie on her face.

Ugly ugly Anna
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I really believe the tide has turned on this issue. Prada shows its first fur-free line in decades, other heavy hitters like Calvin Klein, Marc Bouwer, Betsey Johnson, Stella Mccartney, Kenneth Cole, and Ralph Lauren are all fur-free now, and huge retailers like J.Crew, Limited Brands, Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, and The Gap refuse to sell real fur.

It’s a tough time to be a fur pimp.


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 Ingrid E. Newkirk

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— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind