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Mariah Carey, Stella McCartney To Fight Fur With PETA For London Fashion Week

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PETA is pulling together some big celebrity names for the launch of their 2009 “Fur is a Drag” fashion show on the eve of London Fashion Week. Of course, as you would expect, this is not going to be your standard fashion catwalk. MTV UK gives us the deets:

The London party will feature a parody of a fur runway show, cross-dressing models will be sporting fur clothing that will be accessorized with paint and animal traps. Mariah Carey and Sex & The City star Kim Cattral have donated old coats to be worn in the show after having a change of mind about wearing fur, and to perfect the look, Stella McCartney is providing the shoes

Cross-dressing models with traps and paint?! I love it! And so does Pamela Anderson. “I wish I could be in London for the Fur is a Drag show, not just to support PETA, but because I think a drag queen should play me in a film about my life and I’m always on the lookout!”

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  • Francisco Pastrana

    Mariah Carey has always been anti fur!!! just watch her video for Joy To The World Celebration Mix from 1994, she’s wearing a coat but she’s holding a sign that says “fake fur”

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