Written by Michelle Kretzer
beauty Dia Mirza
put herself in a skinned snake's shoes to ask her fans to walk away from exotic-animal skins.
Photo: Jatin Kampani | Stylist: Theia Tekchananey | Make-up: Nahush Pise | Hair: Shobha Kewal
putting myself in the place of that snake or that crocodile made me feel sick,"
she said. "How can you wear anything that kills an animal so cruelly to
make yourself look good?"
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