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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Amber on

I don’t understand why they(Peta) pick on people just for wearing or eating animals, what do they think most of thier ancestors did way back then eat fruit and wear leaves? NO I HIGHLY DOUBT THAT…

I don’t think this really matters to most of the celebrities that do eat or wear animals, and that they made the worst dress list on Peta cause they wear animals; I think it’s an easy thing for any of us to shake off and say IT’S MY LIFE.

Andrea on

I’m with ya on that Amber. Come to think of it.. they wouldn’t last two seconds way back in the day. They would starve to death b/c they refused to eat meat.

Bre on

i agree with Misty AnnieM and Tee…PETA can take their educating elsewhere and leave these girls to wear (not to mention look great) what they want…

fake fur would probably be kinda on the lil animals but if they want real they can have it! PETA is way too emotionally obssed!!

bre on

S— we arent talking about STDs…. sry but get with the program

M on

BACK IN THE DAY, people ate meat because they had to. But they respected that animal, they treated it with dignity, they were killed humanly. Every part of the animal was used. Today, people waste food, they don’t care that the steak they are chowing down was once a living, breathing creature. I’m a vegetarian, my husband is not. I would never ask him not to eat meat, but only to realize what it is, and to appreciate it.

Courtney on

First of all, WE GET IT. YOUR AMERICAN. YOU HAVE CHOICES. You have the choice to understand that wearing fur means supporting an industry based on cruelty and horrific torture. But it’s sad to know that many will ignore this choice and keep on shoppin’ and not givin a damn. Wearing garments made out of DEFENCELESS creatures fur is just sick. See what you are buying, and if you can watch an animal being skinned alive after its been taken from its mother and held captive in a rusty cage for most of its life, and you can still buy fur? Well congratulations, you should make the record books for being a human without a heart (or brain for that matter)

Gail on

to Courtney:
since you are voicing your opinion, here is mine. you have absolutely no right to tell other people what to do and what to wear, and you definatelly have no right calling people names. We all have opinions, and even though I am a strong supporter of furs, and love them, and will wear them with no problem what so ever, I don’t go so low as to call you or anyone else who has a different opinion on that matter names. So learn your lesson, and be a little nicer to others.

Andrea on

Human without a brain? haha. You might want to spellcheck before you make that comment first of all. Also, just because someone chooses to wear fur or leather, etc., doesn’t mean that they don’t have a heart. I bet you ANYTHING that right now you are using something or own something that has come from an animal. It’s virtually impossible to own something nowadays that doesn’t come from an animal somehow. Funny thing is, I bet a lot of the people that say wearing fur is cruel and inhumane own a pair of leather shoes, or maybe even have furniture that has some kind of animal hyde, i.e. leather. You’re probably even wearing a makeup product that was tested on animals. They’ll say it isn’t tested on animals, but how can you be quite certain? Trust me, I’ve had many vegan friends, so I know what I’m talking about here. People will go so extreme as to even get all natural towels, sheets, etc., yet have a product or products in their home that has come from an animal in some way. My point is, some of you (*ahem* PETA) need to get off your highhorse. Leave people alone. Stop shoving your beliefs down peoples throats. You are NEVER going to change the world. The way you people act, I would be surprised if you changed one person’s opinion. People are still going to eat meat and wear materials that come from an animal. You are not going to change someone by acting like a looney fanatic and badgering others. Also, you might want to examine products you have in your own home before you point the finger at others. ;-)

A on

Ashley and Nicole might as well throw roadkill over there shoulders and call it fashion!

Andrea on

Only roadkill would be a lot more bloody and still have flesh on the fur. I think their way is better ;-)

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