Alicia Silverstone poses nude for the first time.
Wearing nothing but vegan leather boots in the cactus field, the Clueless star showed off her natural curves, a very rare move for her as she has never been nude in a good movie any TV program.
The image was shared in a 29-foot New Times Square PSA in New York City, erected on Tuesday.
No clothes on: Alicia Silverstone posed nude. Wearing nothing but vegan leather boots in the cactus field, the Clueless star showed off her natural curves, a very rare move for her as she has never been nude in a movie or TV show what picture
Her popularity: Silverstone’s biggest hit was 1995’s Clueless starring Stacey Dash, left, and the late Brittany Murphy, right
The clone says: ‘Don’t be a tease. Wear vegan.’
It also read: ‘People can choose creative vegan skins made from prickly pear cactus, mushrooms or apples instead of supporting industries that kill animals for the skins.’
The billboard is located at the intersection of 40th Street and 8th Avenue in NYC.
‘I’ve never been naked on TV, in movies, nothing, but I did it for PETA ‘because that’s important to me,’ the vegan star said in an exclusive video interview , in which she explains the destructive power of leather. impact on the planet.
An animal lover: Alicia and her son Bear Blu kiss a turkey during Thanksgiving
‘[T]The amount of resources, water, food, oil to transport, the amount of energy used to produce leather is extraordinary. It’s just not sustainable. Earth can’t handle it.’
Compared with the production of plant-based hides, cowhide has an almost 10 times more negative impact on the environment and contributes more to global warming, water pollution, water depletion and greenhouse gas emissions. PETA’s press release explains.
PETA adds: ‘Up to 80 per cent of deforestation in the Amazon rainforest is due to the destruction of land for animal husbandry and 130 different chemicals, including cyanide, used to turn their skins into leather’.
Silverstone is part of a long list of celebrities—including Penélope Cruz, Jenna Dewan, Taraji P. Henson, Eva Mendes and Olivia Munn—who have helped PETA promote humanitarian wardrobe choices.
Her family: Here she is seen with ex-husband Christopher Jarecki as well as their son and dog
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