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Kesha Is Starting a Faux Fur Fashion Line

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Humane Society International’s Global Ambassador, Kesha, talked to The Sun about her involvement with the charity and her thoughts on fur.

While the singer wouldn’t be caught dead wearing fur, she tries to inspire others to wear fake. We’re excited that she announced the start of a new line of products that might help more people opt for faux.

She said, “I don’t condemn people for their choices but my own personal choice is that I prefer to wear fake fur. I’m actually working on my own fake fur line. There are so many options that are very real-feeling and looking that aren’t harming the animal, so it’s a no-brainer for me.”

As for why she joined HSI in their mission to protect animals, she said, “It meant so, so much as I’ve always loved animals since I was little. I just feel super connected to them. The most enlightening thing I can do is be around animals. I just love them, my heart melts.”

We can’t wait to see what kind of creations the singer comes up with. Known for her eccentric style choices, we’re sure they will be something to behold.

 

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