Worst-Dressed Celebrities of 2010: Winner

And the winner is … Catherine Zeta-Jones! She took top honors with her gigantic grandma fur coat, leather pants, and croc bag. Draped in the skins of dead animals, she flaunts a murderous ensemble that’s a crime of fashion—and compassion.


Fur Coat

Caged FoxAnimals turned into fur garments are barbarically killed to avoid damaging their pelts. These animals are strangled and stomped on and have their necks broken—they are even vaginally and anally electrocuted!

Crocodile Bag

Snake Used for SkinReptiles are usually caught in the wild—often illegally—and their skin is torn from their bodies while they are still alive. Since they are cold-blooded animals, they can suffer for hours or even days before they die.

Leather Pants

Cows Used for LeatherCows and other animals who are turned into leather endure all the same horrors as animals on factory farms. These animals are routinely skinned and dismembered while they are still conscious.

Mouse-over each article of clothing to learn more about where it came from.

With all the fabulous faux alternatives available, there’s no reason to wear any part of an animal corpse. Style-savvy vegan celebs such as Alicia Silverstone and Natalie Portman and fur-free fashion icons such as Stella McCartney, Charlize Theron, and Eva Mendes prove that looking great doesn’t have to involve cruelty.

Don’t agree with our pick? Tell us who you think deserved the title of Worst-Dressed Celebrity of 2010:

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 Ingrid E. Newkirk

“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE

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