Pamela Anderson Gets Butt Naked For Vegan Shoes

Pamela Anderson Gets Butt Naked For Vegan Shoes

Yes. You did read that headline right. The former Baywatch Star has stripped down to show off her partnership with shoe designer Amelie Pichard. And the shoes are vegan inspired – using materials that contain no animal products.

Paper Magazine – the mag that showed of Kim K’s oiled up butt and a naked Miley Cyrus with her pig – had a chat with Anderson about the new line and has the bare photos for its Girls, Girls, Girls issue.

The shoots are very retro inspired, both with the colours and the poses.

Check out some of the photos below and above and head to Paper for all of them.

@pamelaanderson Models Her New Cruelty-Free Shoes, @ameliepichard (and Not Much Else) : @vijatm

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@pamelaanderson Models Her New Cruelty-Free Shoes, @ameliepichard (and Not Much Else) : @vijatm

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Anderson is a famous animal rights activists, working alongside animal rights group PETA on various campaigns.

Arguably the most well-known one would be where she, again, stripped down to a bikini and drew lines and words all over her body to show humans have the same parts of animals. In case you missed it, check it out below.

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So it seems fitting she’s all about going vegan.

“All we can do as humans, as consumers, is search for the truth on our own… Go vegan if you can,” she told Paper Magazine. “Or at least eat less meat.”

Image credit: Vijat Mohindra

Credits from the photos:

Make up by Anthony Nguyen at Opus Beauty / Hair by Peter Savic at Opus Beauty /
Nails by Pilar Noire

Art Dept: Oscar Hernandez / Set Design: Mike Pierce / Production: Leah Blewitt / Post Production: Zu Studio




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