Supermodel Cindy Crawford has dealt a blow to the People for the Ethical
Treatment of Animals (PETA) movement by becoming spokeswoman for fur giant
Ten years ago, the former wife of Richard Gere posed for PETA's 'I'd
rather go naked than wear fur' campaign, but has followed in Naomi Campbell's
footsteps by wearing fur again.
EDWARD BRENNAN, CEO of AMERICAN LEGEND, the marketing cooperative behind
Blackglama, told American magazine WOMEN'S WEAR DAILY that Crawford modeled
five coats for their recent campaign.
He says, "She can have anyone she wants. I hope she took all five."
By fronting the Blackglama campaign, Crawford is following in the
illustrious footsteps of Rita Hayworth, Bette Davis, Lauren Bacall and MARLENE