Cindy Crawford upsets PETA over Vogue cover
Well, it seems we were wrong... Russia isn't one country that's impenetrable by PETA - fur is not acceptable anywhere, no matter how cold it is in Moscow. This month's cover for Vogue Russia, which features Cindy Crawford draped in a fur coat has upset the animal rights group. This is the second time the model has caused a stir with anti-fur campaigners. The last time was in 2004 when she agreed to be a spokesperson for PETA before modelling for mink clothing range Blackglama.
"What a wretched and sad excuse for a human being. I think she's an ugly person and a washed-up, withered, mole-faced hag whose career was over 10 years ago," said one angry PETA member. Ouch!