Kimora Lee Simmons is featured in a new PETA ad campaign entitled “Be an Angel for Dogs.” According to a PETA spokesperson, the campaign was launched to coincide with national Unchain a Dog Month, which is observed every January.

In the ad, she wears nothing but a stunning pair of angel wings and holding her dog, Zoe, to illustrate her naked desire to get people to make dogs a part of their families and not just leave them tied up outside or cooped up at home alone all day."You cannot just chain up an animal," Simmons said. "The chains are heavy, it's cruel. Dogs need to run and play."

The wings she's wearing in the ads were designed by the renowned costume designer, Martin Izquierdo, the genius behind Victoria's Secret's iconic angel wings. They were made out of 100 percent cruelty-free synthetic materials.

But critics have pointed out that Kimora’s Baby Phat fashion company still sells clothes made from rabbit fur. A PETA spokesperson tells the New York Daily News, “Baby Phat is working at phasing out real fur.”

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