Victoria Beckham showed up at New York Fashion Week with a new cropped pixie. The singer turned designer’s dark cut sure turned heads. Rumor has it that she will be showing her new line during fashion week but until that happens, all the talk is on Beck’s new hairstyle.
Becks is known for her daring fashion and style choices. Think back to her angled bob; half of the women went nutso and cropped of their locks to look like Becks. This new pixie is so demure yet sexy. It channels her inner Audrey Hepburn but with a 21st century appeal. The cut opens up her small face and makes her look so sweet. Was this inspired by Hillary Swank’s pixie for the new Amelia Earhart movie? Either way, Becks’ new cut is a winner.
I am amazed how materialistic and self centered people are. I love stylish clothes and wearing the hippest new fashions. However, when it involves destroying helpless animal’s that make up the earth’s circle of life, I start to question mankind and human compassion. I am not a PETA fanatic, nor do I enjoy bashing another person on their decisions. Instead, I can only try to educate people on the unspeakable acts these innocent animals have to suffer and endure, before they make it onto the runway. Most individual choose to ignore the reality of what it takes for Posh or other celebrities to look “glamorous” in their designer clothing but the animals that sacrifice their fur, live in utter fear. Personally, I think Posh is a beautiful and intelligent woman and if she was given the opportunity to tour the Chinese fur farms, I am positive she would never want to wear another fur again. I hope that pushy hate groups have not left a bad taste in people’s mouths that may prevent one from becoming educated on this heartbreaking matter. These are the facts of what was found:
Frequently these animals live miserable lives and face excruciatingly painful deaths. Workers at these fur farms routinely skin animals while they are still alive and conscious. Most animals are struggling desperately to escape when they are flipped onto their backs or hung by their legs or tails and skinned alive. When workers on these farms begin to cut the skin and fur from an animal’s leg, its free limbs kick and writhe in an attempt to escape from the pain. If an animal struggles too hard for its life, workers stomp on their necks and heads to make them stop and allow a clean cut. When the fur is finally peeled off over the animals’ heads, their naked, bloody bodies are thrown onto a pile of others who have gone before them to the same gory fate. Some are still alive, breathing in ragged gasps and blinking slowly. Some of the animals’ hearts are still beating 5-10 minutes after they are skinned.
Can a person view this as “high-class, vogue, glamorous or beautiful?”