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Lindsay Lohan Decides Fur Isn't For Her

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LohanLindsay Lohan was only a few outfits away from being labeled by PETA as ‘the charity’s worst dressed fur wearing celeb;’ this according to an Eonline interview with spokesman Dan Matthews. Is there a ‘Best Dressed’ category? We all love to rag on Lindsay, but wouldn’t Beyonce make a more obvious target?

Lohan, however, had a change of heart after ‘seeing Topshop’s Against Fur window display in the Oxford Street flagship store.’ After that, she appeared at the premiere of the new Bond movie ‘wearing a fake fur white coat and a No Fur badge on her handbag.’ PETA’s Matthews quipped, “We have omitted her from the [black] list because ‘she is now trying to weed out the real fur from her wardrobe.”

I applaud Lindsay’s decision, but I still believe that wearing fake fur to an event contradicts the very act you’re attempting to protest. Sharon Stone is continuously guilty of this. With fur making a comeback, if you’re wearing a representation of it, I feel like you’re still telling the public that it’s a cool thing. Anyone have any thoughts on this?

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