When we think of our nation’s capital, freedom and justice immediately come to mind. But there’s nothing just about the fur industry, in which millions of animals are skinned alive each year. That’s why, as a boost to PETA’s “Make D.C. Fur-Free” campaign, we’re launching a “Fur-Free and Fabulous” ad blitz from the streets to the subway, starting with a van wrapped in this alluring ad:
Elegant, dazzling, and vogue, these stars are sure to stop traffic with their compassionate fashion. We’re turning roads into runways to showcase the impeccable, cruelty-free style sensibilities of chic celebrities from Carrie Underwood to Michelle Obama and from Tyra Banks to Oprah Winfrey. And the commuting runway won’t be just above ground—we’re also going subterranean with our new ad, spreading the anti-fur message throughout the Metro. Fashion show on the subway? Yes. We. Can.
Want to cast your vote for cruelty-free fashion? Take our pledge to make D.C. fur-free, and if you know people who insist on draping themselves in the skins of dead animals, consider stuffing their stockings with this video narrated by the fabulous Tim Gunn.
Written by Logan Scherer