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Demonstracje na London Fashion Week (56)

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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Amer Ghazzal/REX/Shutterstock (8411997d) A group of protesters wearing animal masks stage a protest outside London Fashion week Animal Rights Protest Against Fur, London Fashion Week, UK - 18 Feb 2017
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Amer Ghazzal/REX/Shutterstock (8411997h) A group of protesters wearing animal masks stage a protest outside London Fashion week Animal Rights Protest Against Fur, London Fashion Week, UK - 18 Feb 2017
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Amer Ghazzal/REX/Shutterstock (8411997j) A group of protesters wearing animal masks stage a protest outside London Fashion week Animal Rights Protest Against Fur, London Fashion Week, UK - 18 Feb 2017
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Amer Ghazzal/REX/Shutterstock (8411997n) A group of protesters wearing animal masks stage a protest outside London Fashion week Animal Rights Protest Against Fur, London Fashion Week, UK - 18 Feb 2017
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Amer Ghazzal/REX/Shutterstock (8411997o) A group of animal rights protesters stage a protest against skin trade outside London Fashion week Animal Rights Protest Against Fur, London Fashion Week, UK - 18 Feb 2017
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Amer Ghazzal/REX/Shutterstock (8411997p) A group of animal rights protesters stage a protest against skin trade outside London Fashion week Animal Rights Protest Against Fur, London Fashion Week, UK - 18 Feb 2017
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Amer Ghazzal/REX/Shutterstock (8411997q) A group of animal rights protesters stage a protest against skin trade outside London Fashion week Animal Rights Protest Against Fur, London Fashion Week, UK - 18 Feb 2017
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Amer Ghazzal/REX/Shutterstock (8411997r) A group of animal rights protesters stage a protest against skin trade outside London Fashion week Animal Rights Protest Against Fur, London Fashion Week, UK - 18 Feb 2017
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Dinendra Haria/REX/Shutterstock (8412532a) A group of animal rights protesters wearing animal masks stage a protest against fur on day 2 of the London Fashion Week outside 180 The Strand Animal Rights Protest Against Fur, London Fashion Week, UK - 18 Feb 2017
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Dinendra Haria/REX/Shutterstock (8412532c) A group of animal rights protesters wearing animal masks stage a protest against fur on day 2 of the London Fashion Week outside 180 The Strand Animal Rights Protest Against Fur, London Fashion Week, UK - 18 Feb 2017
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Dinendra Haria/REX/Shutterstock (8412532d) A group of animal rights protesters wearing animal masks stage a protest against fur on day 2 of the London Fashion Week outside 180 The Strand Animal Rights Protest Against Fur, London Fashion Week, UK - 18 Feb 2017
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Dinendra Haria/REX/Shutterstock (8412532e) A group of animal rights protesters wearing animal masks stage a protest against fur on day 2 of the London Fashion Week outside 180 The Strand Animal Rights Protest Against Fur, London Fashion Week, UK - 18 Feb 2017
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Dinendra Haria/REX/Shutterstock (8412532i) A group of animal rights protesters wearing animal masks stage a protest against fur on day 2 of the London Fashion Week outside 180 The Strand Animal Rights Protest Against Fur, London Fashion Week, UK - 18 Feb 2017
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(2/18/2017) Animalist protest against the use of fur and skin, outside 180 Strand, the principal location of London Fashion Week. Protester hold placard with images of skinned animals and masks. (Photo by Alberto Pezzali/Pacific Press) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***
*** World Rights ***
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(2/18/2017) Animalist protest against the use of fur and skin, outside 180 Strand, the principal location of London Fashion Week. Protester hold placard with images of skinned animals and masks. (Photo by Alberto Pezzali/Pacific Press) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***
*** World Rights ***
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(2/18/2017) Animalist protest against the use of fur and skin, outside 180 Strand, the principal location of London Fashion Week. Protester hold placard with images of skinned animals and masks. (Photo by Alberto Pezzali/Pacific Press) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***
*** World Rights ***
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by James Gourley/REX/Shutterstock (8411087b) Activists from PETA protest against the use of Crocodile skins in fashion PETA protest use of Crocodile Skin in Fashion - London Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2017, United Kingdom - 17 Feb 2017
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by James Gourley/REX/Shutterstock (8411087j) Activists from PETA protest against the use of Crocodile skins in fashion PETA protest use of Crocodile Skin in Fashion - London Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2017, United Kingdom - 17 Feb 2017
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by James Gourley/REX/Shutterstock (8411087k) Workmen photographing activists from PETA as they protest against the use of Crocodile skins in fashion PETA protest use of Crocodile Skin in Fashion - London Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2017, United Kingdom - 17 Feb 2017
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PETA protest against the use of Crocodile skin in fashion at London Fashion Week, The Store Studios, 180 The Strand, London. Picture date: Friday 17th February 2017. Photo credit should read: ?? DavidJensen/EMPICS Entertainment
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PETA protest against the use of Crocodile skin in fashion at London Fashion Week, The Store Studios, 180 The Strand, London. Picture date: Friday 17th February 2017. Photo credit should read: ?? DavidJensen/EMPICS Entertainment
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EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Left to right) Janie Felstead, 65, Jilly Johnson, 63, Gina Michel, Brucella Newman-Persaud and Liz Horne, take part in a mature models protest on the Strand in London, as retailer JD Williams demonstrates against ageism at London Fashion Week.
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PETA demonstration at London Fashion Week. A trio of nearly naked models dressed in little more than lingerie and crocodile masks crash the first day of London Fashion Week, brandishing signs proclaiming, Cruelty to Crocodiles Unmasked and Animals Die for Exotic Skins. The action follows a recent PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) expos?? of crocodile farms in Vietnam including two that have supplied skins to a tannery owned by Louis Vuitton's parent company, LVMH which revealed that the animals are confined to tiny pits and sometimes hacked apart while they're still alive and thrashing, at 180 The Strand, London, England February 17, 2017. CAP/JOR ??JOR/Capital Pictures
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PETA demonstration at London Fashion Week. A trio of nearly naked models dressed in little more than lingerie and crocodile masks crash the first day of London Fashion Week, brandishing signs proclaiming, Cruelty to Crocodiles Unmasked and Animals Die for Exotic Skins. The action follows a recent PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) expos?? of crocodile farms in Vietnam including two that have supplied skins to a tannery owned by Louis Vuitton's parent company, LVMH which revealed that the animals are confined to tiny pits and sometimes hacked apart while they're still alive and thrashing, at 180 The Strand, London, England February 17, 2017. CAP/JOR ??JOR/Capital Pictures
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PETA demonstration at London Fashion Week. A trio of nearly naked models dressed in little more than lingerie and crocodile masks crash the first day of London Fashion Week, brandishing signs proclaiming, Cruelty to Crocodiles Unmasked and Animals Die for Exotic Skins. The action follows a recent PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) expos?? of crocodile farms in Vietnam including two that have supplied skins to a tannery owned by Louis Vuitton's parent company, LVMH which revealed that the animals are confined to tiny pits and sometimes hacked apart while they're still alive and thrashing, at 180 The Strand, London, England February 17, 2017. CAP/JOR ??JOR/Capital Pictures
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PETA demonstration at London Fashion Week. A trio of nearly naked models dressed in little more than lingerie and crocodile masks crash the first day of London Fashion Week, brandishing signs proclaiming, Cruelty to Crocodiles Unmasked and Animals Die for Exotic Skins. The action follows a recent PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) expos?? of crocodile farms in Vietnam including two that have supplied skins to a tannery owned by Louis Vuitton's parent company, LVMH which revealed that the animals are confined to tiny pits and sometimes hacked apart while they're still alive and thrashing, at 180 The Strand, London, England February 17, 2017. CAP/JOR ??JOR/Capital Pictures
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PETA demonstration at London Fashion Week. A trio of nearly naked models dressed in little more than lingerie and crocodile masks crash the first day of London Fashion Week, brandishing signs proclaiming, Cruelty to Crocodiles Unmasked and Animals Die for Exotic Skins. The action follows a recent PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) expos?? of crocodile farms in Vietnam including two that have supplied skins to a tannery owned by Louis Vuitton's parent company, LVMH which revealed that the animals are confined to tiny pits and sometimes hacked apart while they're still alive and thrashing, at 180 The Strand, London, England February 17, 2017. CAP/JOR ??JOR/Capital Pictures
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PETA demonstration at London Fashion Week. A trio of nearly naked models dressed in little more than lingerie and crocodile masks crash the first day of London Fashion Week, brandishing signs proclaiming, Cruelty to Crocodiles Unmasked and Animals Die for Exotic Skins. The action follows a recent PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) expos?? of crocodile farms in Vietnam including two that have supplied skins to a tannery owned by Louis Vuitton's parent company, LVMH which revealed that the animals are confined to tiny pits and sometimes hacked apart while they're still alive and thrashing, at 180 The Strand, London, England February 17, 2017. CAP/JOR ??JOR/Capital Pictures
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PETA demonstration at London Fashion Week. A trio of nearly naked models dressed in little more than lingerie and crocodile masks crash the first day of London Fashion Week, brandishing signs proclaiming, Cruelty to Crocodiles Unmasked and Animals Die for Exotic Skins. The action follows a recent PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) expos?? of crocodile farms in Vietnam including two that have supplied skins to a tannery owned by Louis Vuitton's parent company, LVMH which revealed that the animals are confined to tiny pits and sometimes hacked apart while they're still alive and thrashing, at 180 The Strand, London, England February 17, 2017. CAP/JOR ??JOR/Capital Pictures
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PETA demonstration at London Fashion Week. A trio of nearly naked models dressed in little more than lingerie and crocodile masks crash the first day of London Fashion Week, brandishing signs proclaiming, Cruelty to Crocodiles Unmasked and Animals Die for Exotic Skins. The action follows a recent PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) expos?? of crocodile farms in Vietnam including two that have supplied skins to a tannery owned by Louis Vuitton's parent company, LVMH which revealed that the animals are confined to tiny pits and sometimes hacked apart while they're still alive and thrashing, at 180 The Strand, London, England February 17, 2017. CAP/JOR ??JOR/Capital Pictures
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Image ??Licensed to i-Images Picture Agency. 17/02/2017. London, United Kingdom. Peta models wearing crocodile masks stage a protest against the use of crocodile skin being used in fashion, on the first day of London Fashion Week on The Strand, London, UK. Picture by Ben Stevens / i-Images
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Image ??Licensed to i-Images Picture Agency. 17/02/2017. London, United Kingdom. Peta models wearing crocodile masks stage a protest against the use of crocodile skin being used in fashion, on the first day of London Fashion Week on The Strand, London, UK. Picture by Ben Stevens / i-Images
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Image ??Licensed to i-Images Picture Agency. 17/02/2017. London, United Kingdom. Peta models wearing crocodile masks stage a protest against the use of crocodile skin being used in fashion, on the first day of London Fashion Week on The Strand, London, UK. Picture by Ben Stevens / i-Images
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Image ??Licensed to i-Images Picture Agency. 17/02/2017. London, United Kingdom. Peta models wearing crocodile masks stage a protest against the use of crocodile skin being used in fashion, on the first day of London Fashion Week on The Strand, London, UK. Picture by Ben Stevens / i-Images
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Image ??Licensed to i-Images Picture Agency. 17/02/2017. London, United Kingdom. Peta models wearing crocodile masks stage a protest against the use of crocodile skin being used in fashion, on the first day of London Fashion Week on The Strand, London, UK. Picture by Ben Stevens / i-Images
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Image ??Licensed to i-Images Picture Agency. 17/02/2017. London, United Kingdom. Protest Against Ageism at London Fashion Week. A group of models protest at what they claim is ageism in the fashion industry, particularly in the choice of models on the catwalk during London Fashion Week. Picture by Pete Maclaine / i-Images
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Image ??Licensed to i-Images Picture Agency. 17/02/2017. London, United Kingdom. Protest Against Ageism at London Fashion Week. A group of models protest at what they claim is ageism in the fashion industry, particularly in the choice of models on the catwalk during London Fashion Week. Picture by Pete Maclaine / i-Images
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Image ??Licensed to i-Images Picture Agency. 17/02/2017. London, United Kingdom. Protest Against Ageism at London Fashion Week. A group of models protest at what they claim is ageism in the fashion industry, particularly in the choice of models on the catwalk during London Fashion Week. Picture by Pete Maclaine / i-Images
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Image ??Licensed to i-Images Picture Agency. 17/02/2017. London, United Kingdom. Protest Against Ageism at London Fashion Week. A group of models protest at what they claim is ageism in the fashion industry, particularly in the choice of models on the catwalk during London Fashion Week. Picture by Pete Maclaine / i-Images
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Image ??Licensed to i-Images Picture Agency. 17/02/2017. London, United Kingdom. Protest Against Ageism at London Fashion Week. A group of models protest at what they claim is ageism in the fashion industry, particularly in the choice of models on the catwalk during London Fashion Week. Picture by Pete Maclaine / i-Images
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Image ??Licensed to i-Images Picture Agency. 17/02/2017. London, United Kingdom. Protest Against Ageism at London Fashion Week. A group of models protest at what they claim is ageism in the fashion industry, particularly in the choice of models on the catwalk during London Fashion Week. Picture by Pete Maclaine / i-Images
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Image ??Licensed to i-Images Picture Agency. 17/02/2017. London, United Kingdom. PETA models crash London Fashion Week. A trio of nearly naked models dressed in little more than lingerie and crocodile masks crash the first day of London Fashion Week, brandishing signs proclaiming, Cruelty to Crocodiles Unmasked and Animals Die for Exotic Skins. The action follows a recent PETA expos?? of crocodile farms in Vietnam including two that have supplied skins to a tannery owned by Louis Vuitton's parent company, LVMH which revealed that the animals are confined to tiny pits and sometimes hacked apart while they're still alive and thrashing, at 180 The Strand, LondonPicture by Nils Jorgensen / i-Images
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Image ??Licensed to i-Images Picture Agency. 17/02/2017. London, United Kingdom. PETA models crash London Fashion Week. A trio of nearly naked models dressed in little more than lingerie and crocodile masks crash the first day of London Fashion Week, brandishing signs proclaiming, Cruelty to Crocodiles Unmasked and Animals Die for Exotic Skins. The action follows a recent PETA expos?? of crocodile farms in Vietnam including two that have supplied skins to a tannery owned by Louis Vuitton's parent company, LVMH which revealed that the animals are confined to tiny pits and sometimes hacked apart while they're still alive and thrashing, at 180 The Strand, LondonPicture by Nils Jorgensen / i-Images
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Image ??Licensed to i-Images Picture Agency. 17/02/2017. London, United Kingdom. PETA models crash London Fashion Week. A trio of nearly naked models dressed in little more than lingerie and crocodile masks crash the first day of London Fashion Week, brandishing signs proclaiming, Cruelty to Crocodiles Unmasked and Animals Die for Exotic Skins. The action follows a recent PETA expos?? of crocodile farms in Vietnam including two that have supplied skins to a tannery owned by Louis Vuitton's parent company, LVMH which revealed that the animals are confined to tiny pits and sometimes hacked apart while they're still alive and thrashing, at 180 The Strand, LondonPicture by Nils Jorgensen / i-Images
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Image ??Licensed to i-Images Picture Agency. 17/02/2017. London, United Kingdom. PETA models crash London Fashion Week. A trio of nearly naked models dressed in little more than lingerie and crocodile masks crash the first day of London Fashion Week, brandishing signs proclaiming, Cruelty to Crocodiles Unmasked and Animals Die for Exotic Skins. The action follows a recent PETA expos?? of crocodile farms in Vietnam including two that have supplied skins to a tannery owned by Louis Vuitton's parent company, LVMH which revealed that the animals are confined to tiny pits and sometimes hacked apart while they're still alive and thrashing, at 180 The Strand, LondonPicture by Nils Jorgensen / i-Images
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Image ??Licensed to i-Images Picture Agency. 17/02/2017. London, United Kingdom. PETA models crash London Fashion Week. A trio of nearly naked models dressed in little more than lingerie and crocodile masks crash the first day of London Fashion Week, brandishing signs proclaiming, Cruelty to Crocodiles Unmasked and Animals Die for Exotic Skins. The action follows a recent PETA expos?? of crocodile farms in Vietnam including two that have supplied skins to a tannery owned by Louis Vuitton's parent company, LVMH which revealed that the animals are confined to tiny pits and sometimes hacked apart while they're still alive and thrashing, at 180 The Strand, LondonPicture by Nils Jorgensen / i-Images
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Image ??Licensed to i-Images Picture Agency. 17/02/2017. London, United Kingdom. PETA models crash London Fashion Week. A trio of nearly naked models dressed in little more than lingerie and crocodile masks crash the first day of London Fashion Week, brandishing signs proclaiming, Cruelty to Crocodiles Unmasked and Animals Die for Exotic Skins. The action follows a recent PETA expos?? of crocodile farms in Vietnam including two that have supplied skins to a tannery owned by Louis Vuitton's parent company, LVMH which revealed that the animals are confined to tiny pits and sometimes hacked apart while they're still alive and thrashing, at 180 The Strand, LondonPicture by Nils Jorgensen / i-Images
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Image ??Licensed to i-Images Picture Agency. 17/02/2017. London, United Kingdom. PETA models crash London Fashion Week. A trio of nearly naked models dressed in little more than lingerie and crocodile masks crash the first day of London Fashion Week, brandishing signs proclaiming, Cruelty to Crocodiles Unmasked and Animals Die for Exotic Skins. The action follows a recent PETA expos?? of crocodile farms in Vietnam including two that have supplied skins to a tannery owned by Louis Vuitton's parent company, LVMH which revealed that the animals are confined to tiny pits and sometimes hacked apart while they're still alive and thrashing, at 180 The Strand, LondonPicture by Nils Jorgensen / i-Images
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Image ??Licensed to i-Images Picture Agency. 17/02/2017. London, United Kingdom. PETA models crash London Fashion Week. A trio of nearly naked models dressed in little more than lingerie and crocodile masks crash the first day of London Fashion Week, brandishing signs proclaiming, Cruelty to Crocodiles Unmasked and Animals Die for Exotic Skins. The action follows a recent PETA expos?? of crocodile farms in Vietnam including two that have supplied skins to a tannery owned by Louis Vuitton's parent company, LVMH which revealed that the animals are confined to tiny pits and sometimes hacked apart while they're still alive and thrashing, at 180 The Strand, LondonPicture by Nils Jorgensen / i-Images
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Image ??Licensed to i-Images Picture Agency. 17/02/2017. London, United Kingdom. PETA models crash London Fashion Week. A trio of nearly naked models dressed in little more than lingerie and crocodile masks crash the first day of London Fashion Week, brandishing signs proclaiming, Cruelty to Crocodiles Unmasked and Animals Die for Exotic Skins. The action follows a recent PETA expos?? of crocodile farms in Vietnam including two that have supplied skins to a tannery owned by Louis Vuitton's parent company, LVMH which revealed that the animals are confined to tiny pits and sometimes hacked apart while they're still alive and thrashing, at 180 The Strand, LondonPicture by Nils Jorgensen / i-Images
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Image ??Licensed to i-Images Picture Agency. 17/02/2017. London, United Kingdom. PETA models crash London Fashion Week. A trio of nearly naked models dressed in little more than lingerie and crocodile masks crash the first day of London Fashion Week, brandishing signs proclaiming, Cruelty to Crocodiles Unmasked and Animals Die for Exotic Skins. The action follows a recent PETA expos?? of crocodile farms in Vietnam including two that have supplied skins to a tannery owned by Louis Vuitton's parent company, LVMH which revealed that the animals are confined to tiny pits and sometimes hacked apart while they're still alive and thrashing, at 180 The Strand, LondonPicture by Nils Jorgensen / i-Images
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Image ??Licensed to i-Images Picture Agency. 17/02/2017. London, United Kingdom. PETA models crash London Fashion Week. A trio of nearly naked models dressed in little more than lingerie and crocodile masks crash the first day of London Fashion Week, brandishing signs proclaiming, Cruelty to Crocodiles Unmasked and Animals Die for Exotic Skins. The action follows a recent PETA expos?? of crocodile farms in Vietnam including two that have supplied skins to a tannery owned by Louis Vuitton's parent company, LVMH which revealed that the animals are confined to tiny pits and sometimes hacked apart while they're still alive and thrashing, at 180 The Strand, LondonPicture by Nils Jorgensen / i-Images
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Image ??Licensed to i-Images Picture Agency. 17/02/2017. London, United Kingdom. PETA models crash London Fashion Week. A trio of nearly naked models dressed in little more than lingerie and crocodile masks crash the first day of London Fashion Week, brandishing signs proclaiming, Cruelty to Crocodiles Unmasked and Animals Die for Exotic Skins. The action follows a recent PETA expos?? of crocodile farms in Vietnam including two that have supplied skins to a tannery owned by Louis Vuitton's parent company, LVMH which revealed that the animals are confined to tiny pits and sometimes hacked apart while they're still alive and thrashing, at 180 The Strand, LondonPicture by Nils Jorgensen / i-Images
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Image ??Licensed to i-Images Picture Agency. 17/02/2017. London, United Kingdom. PETA models crash London Fashion Week. A trio of nearly naked models dressed in little more than lingerie and crocodile masks crash the first day of London Fashion Week, brandishing signs proclaiming, Cruelty to Crocodiles Unmasked and Animals Die for Exotic Skins. The action follows a recent PETA expos?? of crocodile farms in Vietnam including two that have supplied skins to a tannery owned by Louis Vuitton's parent company, LVMH which revealed that the animals are confined to tiny pits and sometimes hacked apart while they're still alive and thrashing, at 180 The Strand, LondonPicture by Nils Jorgensen / i-Images
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Image ??Licensed to i-Images Picture Agency. 17/02/2017. London, United Kingdom. PETA models crash London Fashion Week. A trio of nearly naked models dressed in little more than lingerie and crocodile masks crash the first day of London Fashion Week, brandishing signs proclaiming, Cruelty to Crocodiles Unmasked and Animals Die for Exotic Skins. The action follows a recent PETA expos?? of crocodile farms in Vietnam including two that have supplied skins to a tannery owned by Louis Vuitton's parent company, LVMH which revealed that the animals are confined to tiny pits and sometimes hacked apart while they're still alive and thrashing, at 180 The Strand, LondonPicture by Nils Jorgensen / i-Images
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 7773 Crocs 1 17/02/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit: PETA Three nearly naked models dressed in lingerie and crocodile masks ??" crashed the first day of London Fashion Week.The action follows a recent expose by animal welfare organisation PETA of crocodile farms in Vietnam which revealed that animals are confined to tiny pits and sometimes hacked apart while they're still alive and thrashing.The models brandished signs proclaiming, "Cruelty to Crocodiles Unmasked" and "Animals Die for Exotic Skins". The protest was against the use of animal skins in the fashion industry.PETA Director Elisa Allen said::???For every crocodile-skin bag or belt, animals were beaten and were likely still conscious as their skin was torn off."With so many beautiful, luxurious vegan fabrics available, it's easier than ever to get that killer look without killing animals."PETA ,whose motto reads, in part, that "animals are not ours to wear" ??" has exposed cruelty on reptile farms on three continents, revealing in each case animals are forced to live in squalid conditions before being killed in violent and painful ways. OPS: The PETA models protesting outside London Fashion Week. Picture supplied by Ferrari
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