Past hide gifts have been passed along to Syrian evacuees and the destitute.
She's been toasted as one of the best-dressed ladies of our time, yet not everybody was a fanatic of Rihanna's most recent get-up.
After RiRi touched base finally week's Dior Cruise appear in a calf-length fur garment, which she matched with a dark cap and Levis (all from the Dior Cruise collection), the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) took a stand in opposition to her outerwear decision, sending her a fake fur garment encased with a letter in which they urged the artist to consider giving her genuine hides.
"We saw the various remarks from fans who were baffled to see you wearing hide at the Dior occasion a week ago," peruses the letter penned by PETA's senior correspondences chief, Andrew Bernstein. "Like us, they wish you would please resign your hides and rather pick a look that slaughters however doesn't really execute anybody."
The letter goes ahead to detail the negative impacts of the hide business on the earth, notwithstanding the "colossal measures of torment and enduring" that happens to the influenced creatures. In their demand that the pop star give her hide collection, PETA quotes Rihanna's current Harvard Humanitarian Award, which she got for the work of her philanthropy, The Clara Lionel Foundation.
"Your gave hides would go to great utilize," composes Bernstein. "Previously, we've sent hides to Syrian displaced people and to destitute sanctuaries, which affects 'however many lives as could be expected under the circumstances decidedly,' as you said so expressively in your Harvard Humanitarian Award acknowledgment discourse."