Project Runway Star Tim Gunn Narrates Fashion Exposé
Want to have a killer look without killing animals? Tim Gunn will help you "make it work"! Long before the success of Project Runway and Tim Gunn's Guide to Style made him a household name, Gunn was a friend of animals.
When he was the chair of the Department of Fashion Design at Parsons School of Design in New York, Gunn started a programme allowing PETA US representatives to give presentations to students so that they could see for themselves what happens to animals who are tortured and killed for their fur. When Gunn became the chief creative officer at Liz Claiborne Inc, he invited PETA US representatives to show video footage depicting how animals worldwide are treated by the fashion industry and to present the many viable alternatives to animal fur.
Now Gunn is speaking up for animals again! But this time, Gunn wants you, the consumer, to know what animals endure in the name of fashion so that you can make informed decisions before buying clothing and accessories made from fur, wool and leather. Gunn has become the latest celebrity to lend his voice to animals by narrating PETA US' new skins video, which he sent with a personal appeal to Donna Karan and Giorgio Armani, who both use rabbit fur in their collections. His appeal has not fallen on deaf ears as Donna Karan announced days later that her fall 2009 lines will be fur free and that she has “no plans” to use fur in the future
Tim Gunn believes that people should make educated choices, and we hope that you'll do that each and every time you shop. With so many alternatives to fur, wool, leather and exotic skins available, there's no reason to wear animals. As Tim would say, "Make it work"!
Please take a stand to help animals exploited and killed in the name of fashion by pledging to wear alternatives to fur, wool and leather today!
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I don't believe in supporting an industry which causes animals a lifetime of suffering and a cruel and painful death. No animals will be tortured and killed just so I can wear them. By signing my name, I pledge not to wear any animals and to choose to purchase clothing, shoes and accessories made from the countless alternatives to fur, wool and leather which are widely available.
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