AceShowbiz - Kylie Jenner sent fans into a frenzy after she shared a slew of behind-the-scenes photos from her time during Paris Fashion Week. In one of the pictures, the 25-year-old star raised people's eyebrows as she's smoking a cigarette, something that she rarely does.
The said photo featured the Kylie Cosmetics founderrocking a purple ensemble. "The Kardashians" star has a lit cigarette held up to her mouth with her gloved hand, while her other one grabbed her chest.
While some fans might find it shocking, a source noted that the mom of two didn't really smoke. The insider told Daily Mail, "She was having fun for the camera, it was a just a prop to her, and she didn't smoke the cigarette."
Other pictures in the post, which was made on Friday, January 27, included Kylie making a sour facial expression before she had her glam done as she donned a white robe with her black hair down. One also featured the Kylie Cosmetics founder donning the controversial gown that featured a giant, lifelike and fake lion's face that she wore for the Schiaparelli Haute Couture show on Monday, January 23.
The "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star was dragged online after wearing the dress as she was accused of promoting hunting. "Animals are not trophies," one critic said, while others said they were disturbed by the idea the head "could be real."
Despite the criticism, PETA defended Kylie's look. Praising the Schiaparelli collection's "three-dimensional animal heads" that were also worn by Irina Shayk and Naomi Campbell, Ingrid Newkirk, president of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, said, "Kylie, Naomi and Irina's looks celebrate the beauty of wild animals and may be a statement against trophy hunting, in which lions and wolves are torn apart to satisfy human egotism. We encourage everyone to stick with 100 per cent cruelty-free designs that showcase human ingenuity and prevent animal suffering."
Ingrid also urged Kylie and other celebrities to cull other fabrics from their wardrobes. She added they should "extend this creativity" to "exclude sheep shorn bloody for wool and silkworms boiled alive in their cocoons."