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Vogue Promotes Hiking With Dead Animal Skins And High Heels

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The October issue of Vogue magazine features a Mongolian goat, coyote, and fox out in the wilds of the desert. Unfortunately, they’ve been gutted and replaced by models. In high heels.

We’re pretty sure — as they were electrocuted or agonizingly dying stuck in a trap somewhere — that this was not the end these animals had in mind.

As FashionIndie points out, this month’s issue was put together by Marie Amelie-Sauve — on loan from French Vogue. Back in July, controversy erupted over French Vogue’s depiction of a protest by an animal-rights group in a photo shoot for fur. So, one can safely assume they’re certainly on the offensive to get fur back into the spotlight of the fashion industry. And they’re bringing the battle stateside. Ugh.

More pics of the carnage available below.

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Protesting Kylie Jenner’s Use of Fur Doesn’t Help Animals

Campaigns against fur, whether that’s at the PETA level or a small mobbing like this, don’t work because they promote the use of other animal products.

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