$695 Fox Fur Beats By Oscar de la Renta Headphones

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If You know anything about Fashion You would know a fashion House Called “Oscar de la renta”. Oscar De la renta is well known for their Evening Gowns that have been worn by almost every
Major celebrity, however don’t be confused into believing that these those dresses are commercially Available. Oscar de la Renta has created probably their most Commercial item. They’ve Released a “Beats by Oscar De La Renta” formerly Beats by dre. However there”s one Problem it uses Fur. The biggest animals right Group in the world, PETA decided to write Dr Dre an Open Letter Enlightening him on their Thoughts

Below is the Letter:

January 6, 2012

To:       Dr. Dre, c/o Kate Licht

From:   Michelle Cho

Dear Dre,

I hope this message finds you well. As you may know, PETA is the largest animal rights organization in the world, with more than 3 million members and supporters dedicated to the protection of animals. You have many fans here.

We’re writing today after reading about your new fox-fur headphones design with Oscar de la Renta. We wanted to get in touch to urge you to keep fur and exotic-animal skins out of your Beats by Dre designs. Foxes, minks, rabbits, and other animals—including cats and dogs—are bludgeoned, genitally electrocuted, strangled with wire nooses, drowned, and even skinned alive for their pelts. Most animals killed for their fur are slaughtered in China, where there are no penalties for those who abuse animals on fur farms.

Please take a moment to view this short video on the fur trade, hosted by actor Eva Mendes.

With so many fashionable, cruelty-free materials available these days, we hope that you will keep animals in mind and choose not to use fur or exotic skins in your collection. You’d be joining designers such as Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, Marc Bouwer, and Vivienne Westwood, who have banned fur from their designs.

You have a tremendous amount of influence on young people—won’t you please consider using your platform to advocate kindness toward animals by pledging never to design with real fur and exotic skins?

Thank you so much for your time and attention. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me at 323-210-2204 or MichelleC@peta.org.

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