‘Vogue’ Shoots Bambi

Published by PETA.

PETA’s favorite fur-free fashion designer, Stella McCartney, has recruited Bambi (and Thumper, Flower, and Owl) to star in ads for her fabulous fall collection, set to appear in the September issue of British Vogue (which has a longstanding policy against running fur ads and is not to be confused with its evil sister, U.S. Vogue).


Stella McCartney Fall Ad


According to British Vogue‘s Web site, Stella was inspired to incorporate characters from Disney’s seminal anti-hunting movie into her ads because they remind her of her beloved mum, Linda, who, as we all know, was a PETA angel for animals and who passed her compassion gene along to her kind kids. Awwww

Written by Alisa Mullins

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