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FRENCH VOGUE PETA CONTROVERSY

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French Vogue is making a pretty big statement with a photo-spread in its August issue. Model Raquel Zimmermann is seen walking through the streets of Paris, wearing fur and leather while “sticking it to PETA protesters.”

Is this the photo-spread’s stylist, Carine Roitfeld, way of sticking up for American Vogue editor Anna Wintour, who gets no PETA love (and rightfully so)?

I personally am not a fan – but what do you think? Is this just a way for the French Vogue to push some buttons and drum up some controversy, is it their way of sticking up for the American Vogue, or is this their way of showing that fur in the fashion industry is coming to an end?

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