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PETA's Fur Protest Ruins Donna Karan Fashion Show In New York City

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It’s Fashion Week in New York City which means the PETA Police are out and about looking to get FURocious with those designers who still use fur.

The Donna Karan fashion show in Bryant Park was pretty much ruined yesterday morning when PETA members pounced on stage with signs reading, “Donna: Dump Fur.” Yes friends,Karan has managed to once again thoroughly piss PETA off by not only using fur, but using fur after she promised not to. Ouch!

As you’d expect the protestors were taken off stage and arrested, but don’t think that’s gonna stop anyone! PETA is famous for their tenacious efforts to end animal abuse and whether you like their tactics or not (I’m somewhere in the middle), you can bet they’re not stopping anytime soon.

Stay tuned to Ecorazzi to find out if Karan will join designers like Calvin Klein, Stella McCartney, Ralph Lauren, and Tommy Hilfiger who have all taken the fur-free pledge…and kept it!

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