This Monday Kylie Jenner appeared at the Schiaparelli Haute Couture show clad in a tight black velvet dress topped with a hyper-realistic lion’s head that she wore as a brooch. The choice was more than appropriate because she celebrated the “three-dimensional animal heads” that appear in the brand’s collection and both Naomi Campbell and Irina Shayk wore very similar creations.
For the general public, Kylie’s look was as inexplicable as the outfit that her sister Kim Kardashian wore for the 2021 Met Gala, which covered her from head to toe, including her face. Some have wanted to see it as an apology for hunting, drawing parallels between the lion’s head and the stuffed trophies that are traditionally hung on the walls.
However, the organization of ethical people for the treatment of animals have come out in defense of the businesswoman, alleging that her intention should be just the opposite: “We encourage everyone to bet on one hundred percent cruelty-free designs that show the human ingenuity and prevent animal suffering.
For PETA, any time the Kardashian-Jenners don’t wear leather or fur coats is a triumph. In fact, her nagging and pleading were largely responsible for Kim giving up wearing fur several years ago, at least in brand new clothes; vintage fashion is the area that she gray that she uses in her favor. However, they still haven’t had any luck with family matriarch Kris Kenner, who left PETA members livid last year by appearing in public in an outfit that included fur from three different animals.