Kimora Lee Simmons has bared all for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)'s new advertising campaign.
Is a model and an occasional actress, Kimora Lee Simmons strips her clothes off for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)'s new advertising campaign, dubbed "Be An Angel for Dogs."
The ad, which urges people to take better care of their dogs, sees Kimora sits with her rescued dog, Zoe, wearing only a giant pair of angel wings. It, additionally, also features a tagline of Simmons' message to dog guardians that reads "Play with them ... take them for long walks ... don't ever chain or cage them."
Take a look at the new ad campaign Simmons did for PETA below and visit peta2.com to watch the exclusive video.
Simmons is the next Hollywood public figure after the likes of Eva Mendes, Alicia Silverstone, and Pamela Anderson to strip off for the animal rights group's cause.
PETA's Director of Media Relations, Michael McGraw, says, "Kimora was a delight to work with, the consummate professional and her compassion for dogs is a big part of her life. She has rescued numerous dogs off the street and her message is an important one: never leave a dog chained outside. It's important to bring them in and make them members of the family."
The campaign, which is due to be launched later this month, is set to coincide with the U.S. Unchain a Dog Month.