Jade Jagger isn't making animal lovers very happy. And it would be smart on her part to simply stop wearing furry creatures on her back.
Jade has been recently targeted by animal rights campaigners who say she needs to "investigate the real story behind fur."
The daughter of Mick Jagger, who has openly bragged about her penchant for fur, found herself lost for words when she met PETA vice-president Dan Mathews recently.
Mathews was said to be disappointed by Jade's silent treatment and decided to send her an anti-fur video along with a note which read, "I wish we could have spoken more. You seem a decent person and if you took a few minutes to investigate the real story behind fur, perhaps you'd see it as more than just a fabric. Please watch the video and if you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact us."
Jade, 35, has so far failed to respond.
The jewelry designer has welcomed criticism from animal rights activists in the past, saying, "I have no fear of paintball shooters, I have been trying to get their attention for years. Come and get me!"
It was revealed in November that Jade is launching a new line of clothes for high street giant TopShop. The new line, called Jezebel, will arrive in stores at the same time as her
friend Kate Moss' range.
Jade has dismissed any rumors of rivalry between her and the supermodel.
She said, "There's no rivalry. I'll probably be first in the queue for Kate's stuff and I'll definitely be giving her a few key pieces of my own to wear. That girl has amazing style."