Ruby Rose is the latest celebrity to get her kit off in an anti-fur protest.
The 25-year-old DJ has stripped down for the cover of MAXIM magazine, in what she describes as an ‘animal-themed shoot,’ slamming TV show Australia’s Next Top Model for dressing it’s contestants in real animal fur.
The shoot is a joint venture between MAXIM and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) as part of the animal rights group’s ‘I’d rather go naked than wear fur’ campaign.
We can’t really see the animal theme in amongst the nudeness, but maybe the photos inside the mag are a different story.
In behind-the-scenes footage, Ruby is seen wearing a number of different wigs and posing provocatively against a wall and on a bed.
“We chose loads of different wigs cause I guess we don’t have anything else to run with being that there’s no clothing,” she says.
In an interview with the Herald Sun Ruby said it was unacceptable for Australia’s Top Model to endorse wearing real fur.
“They could have so easily used faux fur and even a lot of heavy hitters in fashion avoid fur. It’s unacceptable in this day and age and in most people’s eyes and it saddens me that this can still occur,” said the PETA supporter.