Michael Kors and Rachel Zoe Channel PETA

Published by PETA.

A photo essay in the September issue of Harper’s Bazaar features celebrity stylist Rachel Zoe—whose catch phrase is “I die”—being knocked off by various designers. We were struck by how easily the photo in which infamously furry Project Runway judge Michael Kors “bags” Zoe could be mistaken for a PETA ad:


Michael Kors Ad


I thought PETA had the market cornered on using corpses to highlight the fact that fur—and all animal skins—are dead, as in this spooky PETA ad featuring former Twin Peaks star Sheryl Lee:


Sheryl Lee Ad


Thanks, Michael, for helping make the case for us. Maybe this is the first step toward bagging fur and exotic skins.

Written by Alisa Mullins

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