The Daily Telegraph profiled fashion designer and anti-fur activist Stella McCartney in January Ethical Treatment of Animals, but don’t think that stops her from wearing animals skins. The Daily Telegraph’s Sabine Durrant writes,
. . . When she [McCartney] arrives the first thing I notice is her cowboy boots, the color of pale calf, slightly battered. They looks so much like leather it’s uncanny.
‘Yeah, I know,’ she says, and tucks them out of sight. They must be the ones she sells — the veggie shoes that have been such a hit in her shops. I bend to admire them again, to touch them, but she’s tucked her feet so far under her stool I can’t reach them. It’s only then it dawns that something dead may, actually, have walked out of her door.
‘Oh, these are leather,’ I say. ‘No, wait, these are vintage,’ she replies.
I see. Fur is dead, but leather is vintage! Come to think of it, that steak I had the other day was (recent) vintage!
Stella gets her groove back. Sabine Durrant, The Daily Telegraph, January 25, 2005.
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