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Ke$ha Designing Faux Fur Clothing Line

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Ke$ha is designing a new clothing line that will showcase her love of unique fashion as well as her love of animals.

According to Vegetarian Star, Ke$ha is reportedly creating a collection of faux fur clothes that she says will be “animal friendly.” “My first album was called Animal, and I’m also the global ambassador for the Humane Society International, so leopard print is a recurring theme in my look, which I like to wear because it brings out the animal inside,” the vegetarian singer said.

Ke$ha has maintained that any fur she wears is fake and that you won’t be spotting her in a fur coat. “I just love animals, and I’m an advocate for animals rights, and my family has rescued dogs from all over the world. I don’t believe in animal testing. If you see me in fur, it’s always fake.” Along with advocating for the use of faux fur, she has also appeared in PETA’s ad campaigns against the Canadian seal hunt, in which hundreds of thousands of seals are killed for their fur as well as meat and oil each year.

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  • Lady

    Why are feathers okay, then? She has tons of feathers all over- are those, “faux?” I’d LOVE for there to be faux feathers-

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