PETA thinks Kylie Jenner should wear a lion's head for a fashion show.
Kylie Jenner, a reality star, wowed audiences with her furry haute couture outfit, which she even praised from PETA.
Jenner's black dress was slightly different from the norm due to the lion's head on the right shoulder.
"BEAUTY AND THE BEAST." Jenner captioned a video on social media, quoting "I loved wearing this handmade art work."
The lion-feathering outfit from the makeup magnate's "Inferno Couture" collection was just one example of animal-inspired outfits available from Schiaparelli's "Inferno Couture."
On Monday, Naomi Campbell wore a fur coat with a black wolf's head on the shoulder, while Shalom Harlow wore a leopard-print outfit with a genuine leopard's teeth on the breast.
To clarify her views on the use of animals in the manufacturing of these garments, Schiaparelli issued a statement, saying, "NO ANIMALS WERE HARMED IN THIS LOOOK."
The dramatic feathers were not created from dismembered animal heads, but from hand-painted foam, wool, and silk to "celebrating the beauty of the natural world," according to Schiaparelli in his press release.
PETA, an animal protection organization that has long campaigned against the use of actual fur and leather in clothing, is a big fan.
Jenner's recent appearance "celebrates lions' beauty," according to an animal rights organization's president, Ingrid Newkirk, who runs the TMZ network. "It may be a statement against trophy hunting, in which lion families are splintered apart to satisfy human selfishness."
"Sorry, but it's a no for me." "It promotes animal cruelty," she said.
Animal-inspired outfits with sculptural dresses with exaggerated features and golden accessories were added to Schiaparelli's extravagant luxury wear collection.
"Inferno, Purgatorio, Paradiso," Schiaparelli wrote in an Instagram video of its runway presentation. "It is a reminder that there is no such thing as heaven without hell; there is no joy without sorrow; there is no ecstasy of creation without the torture of doubt."