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.

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*ker* on

Omg i tink day shud wear faux fur…wats da point in wearing real fur?????????But dere lukin gr8 as brunettes!!

Lilly on

Real fur is great, I would never wear fake. I am getting a brand new fur coat for the Holidays, and it is my choice to wear it. No one can tell me not to. It’s a free country after all.

dee on

I support people deciding what they won’t wear but I don’t support people telling others what they SHOULD NOT wear, particularly when they use gorilla tactics. I heart animals but I do wonder whether PETA got more upset over the large number of abandoned animals during Hurricane Katrina or the larger number of displaced and economically disenfranchised people whose condition was made worse by this storm. Just a thought…

April on

This is sickening. I’ll never wear real fur

April on

Real fur is tacky

April on

fur is tacky

Cristina on

Again: Living in a free country doesn’t mean that you don’t have to be resposible. your freedom ends when others freedom starts, including the animals!

"T" on

Cristina Dias, For you to make this quoted statement “Just because you are AMERICANS you think you have the right to do whatever you feel like?? I’m sorry but you are WRONG!” is an ignorant statement. Actually, when it comes to this situation, we Americans can do what ever we please. Until the day our government makes it illegal, the people that choose to do so, will. I personally do not see the excitement of wearing animal skins, but, to each his own.

Emma on

Living in a free country means that I can do anything I choose as long it is legal. And if I choose to wear fur, I couldn’t care less what anybody else thinks. My freedom to choose does not end. I care about my family, my children and my job. And what is happening to the animals really does not concern me that much. Might sound cruel to some, but it’s true. I enjoy my fur coat, and my baby daughter loves hers. Again, that’s my choise, and NO ONE can tell me what to wear or not to wear. Or what and how to think. GOD BLESS AMERICA.

Andrea on

Just b/c a person eats animals doesn’t mean they “hate” them. I have pets. I enjoy them. However, I will go out for a burger or a steak once in a while. So yes, I can be an animal lover and eat a burger every now and then. It’s not like that’s a new phenomenon. This just confirms to me why I think (and always will think) that PETA members are militant idiots. PETA is just full of a bunch of attention hungry people, not to mention clueless. I just read a news story where PETA accused a church of having a live nativity scene, only they had the wrong church. They freakin protested outside of this church and the pastor had no idea why. hahaha. Idiots. Honestly, I think people will do anything to make a statement. Right now it’s “cool” to be vegan. It’s “cool” to be an activist for something. I question whether or not some of these people are actually genuine about it or if they are just trying to fit in. Also, I will say it again. PETA in my opinion care more about animals than they do people. Hence, most of them are prochoicers. Like I said before, they can support the tortorous murder of a human life, yet go to every length for an animal. Backwards if you ask me. Also, it is biblical that animals were put here for food. We also have dominion over them. That’s straight from the good book, so don’t take that up with me. But hey, that’s a whoooooole other bulletin. ;-)

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