On our minds: The face of Stella McCartney’s POP fragrance
Model and animal rights activist Kenya Kinski-Jones is the face of Stella McCartney's new POP fragrance.
Lately, young emerging models have tended to spread the word about causes they care about amongst their fans, and on our minds is one of our favourite new talents (and animal rights activists), Kenya Kinski-Jones.
Landing her dream gig as the face of Stella McCartney’s POP fragrance and collaborating with non-profit Last Chance for Animals, the daughter of Richard Avedon-muse Natassja Aglaia Kinski says she has been a vegetarian since the age of 8 and always had a strong connection with animals – a bond which has made it natural for her wanting to be their voice. On McCartney, Kinski-Jones means that she is a huge admirer of the designer’s rare animal-free ethos in luxury fashion. Read an interview with Kenya that i-D did the other week here.
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