NSFW: Alec Baldwin’s Daughter, Ireland Baldwin, Goes Nude For PETA’s Anti-Fur Ad
Alec Baldwin’s daughter,
Ireland Basinger-Baldwin, has followed in her mother’s footsteps for one of PETA’s latest ads.
Basinger-Baldwin’s mother Kim Basinger
formerly posed in PETA’s famous 1994 anti-fur campaign, featured below. Inside, Basinger lays on her back in the nude, with the line, “Beauty Is Not About Wearing Someone Else’s Coat,” featured directly above her in the landscape print.
In this updated rendition,
the 22-year-old poses naked in the campaign, captured by photographer Brian Bowen Smith, with the words, “I’d Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur.”
Inside her video interview,
Basinger-Baldwin shares more about how her mother had inspired her for the nude shoot. “I saw the images from when my mom shot this campaign, so it was something that I had aspired to do,” she explains. “If you wouldn’t wear your dog, then you shouldn’t wear fur at all because all animals are equal and deserve equal respect and equal compassion and love.”
She has also made
it a point to go fur-free in her modeling contracts.
her father Alec Baldwin, and other celebrities including Kesha and P!nk, who have worked with PETA to promote kindness to animals.
, images via PETA