Peta At Parsons

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  1. stylegurrl

    stylegurrl New Member

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    Fashion Week Daily
     
  2. purplelucrezia

    purplelucrezia New Member

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    :flower:
    I know that Stella McCartney does this.
    Although her leather-free footwear's apparently not of very good quality...
     
  3. ninetytwo

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    Wow! Good for them!

    I'm kind of on the fence concerning fur. . .

    I feel it's wrong to kill animals just so we can wear their flesh... simply because I'm an animal-lover.

    But... the other half would say that it looks a bit glamorous... especially on such figures as Kate Moss.

    Either way, even if I wanted to wear fur, which I don't think I would, I wouldn't be able to because I can't even afford it. :blink:

    Ah well. :yuk:
     
  4. Incroyable

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    Ridiculous.

    Kate Moss does not look glamourous in fur.

    Nadja Auermann does.
     
  5. ultramarine

    ultramarine chaos reigns

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    Yeah! Remember how much fun Nadja was having at the Dolce&Gabbana show?
     
  6. clay

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    As much as I like meat, fur and leather , I think ths is great! :woot:
     
  7. Urban Stylin

    Urban Stylin ɐʎ ʎǝɥ

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    i ve never been able to differenciate between faux and real fur unless when its stated>>
     
  8. Acid

    Acid yes

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    man never got anywhere without killing animals

    if PETA were cavemen we would still be wearing leaves and running around with dinosaurs :lol:
     
  9. breathe0xygen

    breathe0xygen I loved you

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    :lol:
     
  10. purplelucrezia

    purplelucrezia New Member

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    But now that we've gotten past that, why revert?
     
  11. mikeijames

    mikeijames no tom ford, no thanks.

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    ...we've gotten past it? exactly at what point in history have humans not used animals for food or clothing?
     
  12. PrinceOfCats

    PrinceOfCats Naturellement pulpeuse

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    I'm strongly speciesist - humans for humans, says I.
     
  13. Spacemiu

    Spacemiu New Member

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    Well at least we wouldn't be killing things

    i think this is great1 I'm very glad that people are being educated.
     
  14. Mr-Dale

    Mr-Dale Unveil Yourself....

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    I have to say that it is unnesecary and ridiculous to put animals in very small boxes which causes the poor things to eat their own tails and when they finally get out of the cage there necks will be snapped or they will be electrocuted so that some rich snob will be able to accesoirise on a cocktail party. At least when we were still cave men we really needed the fur in a matter of life and death, no we can use a thousand other fabrics and thus fur has become absolutely unnesecary and killing and torturing those poor minks and chinchillas too. So I say this is a wonderfull idea! :flower:

    Just my 2 cents....
     

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