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Was Maggie Gyllenhaal Wearing Fur At MoMa Film Benefit?

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MAGGIE!!!! SAY IT AINT SOOOOOOO!!! Last night in NYC Maggie Gyllenhaal was photographed in what looks to be an entire forest of animals at the MoMa Film Benefit Gala Honoring Baz Luhrmann.

Now I don’t want to be quick to judge here — I mean Maggie did host the eco-friendly catwalk during LA Fashion Week – but that outfit looks pretty real to me. But it can’t be, right? I mean this is the same woman who fought poverty with a designer necklace and even kicked off the Climate Matters video contest. Should, could, would the Magster actually wear real-fur?

We need your help fur-experts! Examine the picture and take your best guest if this furry fashion choice is real or fake! My fingers are crossed that it’s fake, fake, fake! Chime in and give us your expert opinion!

more photos at: imnotobsessed.com

[Update: Ecorazzi’s own contributing editor, Stephanie, identified this very real Louis Vuitton design. No word yet from Gyllenhaal’s people, but we’re pretty convinced it’s the real thing. Seriously, Maggie? Seriously?  See the proof here: http://www.ilvoelv.com/2008/07/louis-vuitton-fall-winter-2008-ad.html]

[Update 2: WE GOT IT WRONG!!! Yes folks — it does happen every now and then. It’s just been confirmed by the Louis Vuitton website that indeed this jacket is FAUX-FUR!!! I repeat: Maggie was NOT wearing fur. We send our apologies to the cruelty-free actress and thank her for not supporting the fur-industry. We owe you one, Mags!]

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