Fur-free
party animals gathered en masse at Stella McCartney’s West Hollywood boutique on
Friday for the release of Sir
Paul McCartney’s
music video for “My
Valentine,”
starring Natalie Portman
and Johnny Depp

Woody Harrelson undoubtedly enjoyed the vegetarian food, while Joan Jett rocked vegan boots, as did Gwyneth
Paltrow
, who has shunned fur for PETA.


Photo: Gregg DeGuire/FilmMagic

PETA
Vice President Dan Mathews and Honorary PETA Director Pamela
Anderson
made quite the striking pair, as always. They were greeted by Stella, who playfully
scolded Pam, “How dare you wear clothes in my shop!” (Pam famously
posed nude in the designer’s London store window beneath a banner reading, “I’d
rather bare skin than wear skin,” to draw attention to Stella’s fur- and
leather-free fashions.)


Photo: Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic


Photo: Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic

Dan
and Pam thanked Gwen Stefani for keeping fur out of her fashion lines and were
invited by Jane Fonda to sit at her table to discuss activism. The hot topic
with Sir Paul was this year’s Canadian seal slaughter—or what’s left of it following sealskin bans by the U.S., the E.U., and Russia.
Both Pam and Paul have helped lead this campaign for more than a decade, and their work
is finally paying off. We can’t think of a better “Valentine” for Sir
Paul than to have thousands of baby seals’ lives spared.

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Article source: PETA Files

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