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Some argued that fur’s temporary unpopularity hadn’t happened because people thought wearing it was wrong, but rather it had just fallen temporarily out of fashion. “Fur wasn’t dead. It just wasn’t popular,” said Sandy Parker, of Sandy Parker Reports, a weekly newsletter that reports news and trends in the international fur trade. It makes sense that fur’s comeback would be during the same year that the eighties revival came into full swing again on the catwalk. In her show for Versus, for example, Donatella Versace put Gisele Bündchen in a tight turquoise Lycra dress, all big back-combed hair and bright-red lips reminiscent of the flashy neon decade. Likewise, Maxmara evoked the eighties with its officewear: loose belted cardigans and slouchy moleskin trousers. Amid these retro looks, fur fit right in. People who had staunchly opposed fur changed their minds for the sake of fashion. Naomi Campbell was slightly ahead of the curve in her change of heart. In January 1994, the supermodel appeared with four other models in Paris wearing only a banner that read Plutôt à poil qu’en fourrure “Rather nude than wear fur.” She spoke for PETA on shows such as Dateline NBC and MTV News, appeared on the cover of the group’s catalog, and signed its “Models of Compassion” petition, promising never to model fur. Then on March 7, 1997, at the Fendi fall/winter show in Milan, Campbell created a firestorm of controversy by sashaying onto the runway in an oversized Russian sable. PETA canned her as their spokesperson four days later. “Integrity may not mean much to you, but it does to us,” wrote campaign director Dan Matthews to the supermodel. “Your name and image will be removed from all future PETA literature, as it is a disgrace to the many animalfriendly fashion leaders who have both hearts and spines.” Campbell continued to offend, sporting a shaggy mohair dress under a matching gray-striped fur coat at Fendi the next year, and a fur jacket over silk trousers at the Gai Mattiolo show a year after that. After catching some pretty heavy flak for her change of heart, Campbell told Britain’s Daily Express that she likes fur but doesn’t wear it often and would never wear the fur of an endangered species. The media relished her brazen duplicity, but Ms. Campbell wasn’t alone in her fickleness.Fashion Week | Vee Travels | Page 3 Bestcelebritystyle

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