Karma Catches Up With Donna Karan

Published by PETA.

Yoga devotee Donna Karan is going to have to spend a lot of time meditating with her eyes closed if she hopes to miss the hundreds of posters plastered all over Manhattan that point out the designer’s less-than-enlightened use of rabbit fur in her fashions.


Those same posters recently put in an appearance outside the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where Karan was cohosting the “Change Begins Within” benefit.

That’s right, Donna. Change begins within—and charity begins at home. It seems like it would be a good idea to put your own (fashion) house in order if you want to try to show others the path to spiritual healing.

Written by Alisa Mullins

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