Kim Kardashian goes against models with more fur sales
Katie Cleary and Joanna Krupa, both models and anti-fur activists, launched a new campaign against Kim Kardashian. They want to stop selling fur clothing in your dash to the shops.
"As role models and advocates for the animals, who are furious that the Kardashians wearing fur in their stores and sell DASH. People see them as a source of inspiration for fashion and models, so you should not support the fur industry harsh "Cleary said in a statement.
The models have started a petition in an online community Care2 organization, hoping to get 10,000 signatures. However, it is difficult to use in the anti-sense Kardashian these days.
The group says it has more than 18 million active members, and said it is the largest online community of people in favor of human rights, environment, animal welfare and other causes.
"We joined them to help promote the petition and more than 40,000 Care2 members signed the petition to get them to stop promoting the fur industry as cruel and violent" fashion, "said Cleary.
Cleary, 31, was raised by a single mother in Chicago and headed to Los Angeles to pursue modeling and acting after graduating from the University of Carthage with a degree in business and marketing, according to his biography. It was a season of "America's Next Top Model" and worked as a model in the game show "Deal or No Deal."
Krupa, 32, born in Poland, attended the ninth season of "Dancing with the Stars" partner Derek Hough programs. Maxim magazine named her the "sexiest swimsuit model in the world." She also posed nude in an anti-fur ad for PETA.
Ironically, the Kardashian sister Khloe Kardashian, a script co-owner, also posed naked in PETA anti-fur campaign. The group of animal rights, however, criticized Kim in a poster campaign for the use of fur. It accuses the fur industry is cruel and inhumane to animals.