Nicole and Ashley Top PETA's Naughty List

11/28/2006 at 12:30 PM ET

We already knew that PETA was letting Lindsay Lohan off the hook this year, but others have not been so lucky. Nicole Richie tops PETA’s annual worst dressed list, along with fellow fur-wearers Ashley Olsen, Christina Ricci (slammed for wearing reindeer fur on a magazine cover) and Eva Longoria. Noticeably absent from the list is last year’s No. 1, Paris Hilton, who has apparently had a change of heart and only wears fake fur now. Think that was Tinkerbell‘s influence?

For more on Nicole Richie’s style, click here, and for the scoop on Ashley Olsen, click here.

Photo: MWD-Madison/X17

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j on

these two ‘fashion icon’ wannabes need to educate themselves on the fur trade. to me, they look sad and ignorant, not stylish in any way. get REAL girls, and wear FAUX fur!!

Misty on

Oh No…PETA’s worst dressed list. What ever will they do now? Whatever….PETA are a bunch of drama queens that get together to stir things up. If they want to wear fur, it is their right as Americans & they can tell PETA to shove it.

Anonymous on

Oh…well, didnt Nicole Richie say in one interview that she would never wear real fur and that it’s “gross”? I guess when you are a superstar, you can go back on your word.

But what’s the use? Fake fur looks just as good as real fur without killing an innocent creature. I mean, gosh!

s on

I wouldn’t say PETA stirs up a bunch of drama – they are there to educate people who probably don’t know the full story on what they’re eating and wearing. Just the same as the groups/organizations who educate people about anything else, like politics, drug awareness, stds, & a million other things…so if your tell PETA to shove it then you can tell all the other educators that to, because its your right as an american to do what you want right? So when you get an STD because you’re uneducated, looks like you were just asking for it.

Misty on

Yes, S you are right about educating…but there is a difference in educating & outright cramming something down your throat. There is a way to go about stuff & it just seems to me that every single time I turn around PETA is “name calling” or outright bashing people so I have lost a ton of respect for them as an organization. People automatically jump to conclusions about people who wear fur but maybe several of them are simply uneducated….but aren’t given the chance because PETA has bashed them and already passed judgement.

AnnieM on

I’m with Misty. I could go on about being at the top of the food chain, but I won’t………opps, just did.

Tee on

I have to agree with Misty and AnnieM. If you want to educate, go right ahead. But stop trying to force people to “your side”. It’s our right as Americans to wear what we want to…fur included. Top of the food chain is right…!

Shane Cisneros on

Fur has been around for centuries so why make the big deal now? Indigenous people all races and cultures have worn for centuries so why not in these modern times? I think both the girls look great and their furs adds texture to thier somewhat ordinary ensembles.

Aiden on

Can they really tell from pictures if it’s real or fake? And if you can, then the statement “Fake fur looks just as good as real fur without killing an innocent creature” is wrong.

Wear whatever you want.
I agree with Misty and most of the above.

Rebecca on

Not only is fur gross, but it doesn’t even look pretty. Sad to see people still wearing animal pelts in this day and age.

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