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The Olsen Twins Continue To Promote Fur With Vogue Fashion Fund Awards Outfits

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Are Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen turning into wildebeests? Nope, they’re just wearing them.

The tiny duo arrived at the 7th Annual CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards On Monday night dressed in outfits absolutely covered in fur. Seriously, Olsens?

Although numerous attempts have  been made by many animal organizations to educate the twins about the brutality of the fur industry, it appears as though neither Olsen seems to care.

Incidentally, tonight Ecorazzi will be attending the 6th annual Cool vs. Cruel awards — an event presented by The Humane Society of the United States and The Art Institutes to challenge students enrolled in fashion programs throughout the United States, as well as Canada, to creatively reinterpret and replace the animal fur on runway looks by well-known designers.

Hey Olsens, why don’t you come be our guests?

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