by MPD
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We’ll be honest, we got a little scared when we saw pictures of Paris Hilton wearing a very realistic looking fur jacket to last night’s ‘Tease’ launch party in Hollywood.

Is she, could she, would she call herself an animal-lover and rock real fur? We didn’t think so. And, luckily, neither did she!

Styelist.com is reporting that Paris’ outfit consisted of Chopard diamonds, a Herve Leger bandage dress, and a “faux fur jacket.

THANKS GOODNESS!

We didn’t think we’d have to start talking about this again until winter, but Ecorazzi is extremely anti-fur, and will always give a big thumbs down to any celebrity who wears the cruel textile.

What do you think of her faux fur getup? Chime in and share your thoughts!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000319188128 Hirohito Tida

    Good????????????????????????.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000319188128 Hirohito Tida

      Because,i love u.

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  • leo

    well done PARIS¡¡ you are so sweet . and i love how you always help animals.

    people who wear fur are so cruel and stupid.

  • phreviewz

    It looks very nice! Who needs real when Faux Fur looks this good!

  • Norma

    Marilyn Monroe had an interesting, fascinating, unique quality, which made a big impression on everyone – and still does. Her alluring way of speaking, made people listen, and her fragility and vulnerability, made people feel a strangly compelling, deeply emotionel, connection to her – and still does. She danced to her own tune and created her own identity and reality. The creation of her persona and image, was her art-form, and is what made her an instant, longlasting success. She may only have had 15 minutes of fame, but her art influenced, not only a whole generation, but our entire culture, society and future generations. The only person who can be compared to Marilyn Monroe, is Edie Sedgwick – not Paris Hilton.

  • http://www.margonaut.com Margonaut

    Even when it’s fake, celebrities are perpetuating the style.

  • georgina0912

    I have to admit that the jacket looks nice, but as a vegan i would never wear it because that would sent the wrong message to people. However, i am glad that Paris goes faux, and i hope she explained the material of her jacket to every single news media that was willing to listen to her.
    Fur is so out, cruel, i cannot imagine why would anyone want to wear another animal’s skin on their own skin…makes MY skin crawl.

  • http://www.purejwh.com Mase

    Amazing how you pulled off the Marilyn Monroe Look. There has been few, if ANY. That did as well as you Miss Hilton. Fantastic work!

  • Pamy

    even faux-fur it s wrong, cause nobody can tell the difference ! also, it makes “fur” look fashion.. (and chinese may well sell you cat fur and put a faux-fur tag) FUR and FAUX-FUR is dead !

  • Pamy

    no to fur and faux fur, it could be real anyway, nobody can tell the difference ! the “fur” style isnt fashion ! it s dead !! (also you may buy “faux-fur” tag but it s real, just made out of cat, who would know ?!)

  • http://www.lumag.com RemyC

    Has anybody read the ingredients of her fragrance? Has the company making it signed the Compact For Safe Cosmetics? Let’s ask some of the right questions here folks?

  • http://www.lumag.com RemyC

    Has anybody read the ingredients of her fragrance? Has the company making it signed the Compact For Safe Cosmetics? Let’s ask some of the right questions here folks!