Model Ireland Baldwin would rather go completely naked than wear fur. And pictures of Ireland Baldwin nude clearly stand for more than just posing for sexy photos.
The eldest daughter of Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger stripped down for a racy spread to show her love for the campaign, and she’s not even wearing a bikini. Ireland Baldwin poses in a completely nude photo posted on her social media, with the words “I’d rather go naked than wear fur” covering the bare minimum. Showing off her curves, Baldwin celebrated her trending nude photo to fans, writing:
It’s out! So thrilled to share my brand new Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur campaign with @peta! I’ve dreamt of shooting this for as long as I can remember. 💘If you don’t truly know what goes into making fur, please educate yourself. Fur is cruel no matter what. If you wouldn’t skin and wear your own dog, then you shouldn’t wear fur at all because all animals are created equal. Save our animals, save our planet and join me and #Peta in making more conscious choices ❤🐺🦊🐻❤
The celeb opened up about her soft spot for PETA in a promotional video for the campaign. “I saw the images from when my mom shot this campaign so it’s something I’ve aspired to do,” she said. “Since I was a little girl I wanted to do something for PETA.”
Ireland Baldwin said that she has a clause in her contract that states she will not wear fur in any photo shoot. “I’ve had wardrobe people try to put me in fur coats and jumpsuits and lay on a fur rug and do whatever, and I’ve actually told people to f**k off,” she said. Baldwin hopes that others will pay attention to the cruelty behind fur. “If you wouldn’t wear your dog, then you shouldn’t wear fur at all,” she said.
It’s not the first time that there’s been a photoshoot with Ireland Baldwin naked. There was another Instagram photo (@irelandbasingerbaldwin) that showed the American model topless. She shared the topless selfie in November 2017, showing off her rib cage tattoo, using heart emojis to give herself some privacy.
Editor’s note: This article was originally published on February 28, 2018.