Irina Shayk defends controversial lion head dress, Kylie Jenner faces criticism again over noose-like necklace

Irina Shayk is speaking out in support of the designers behind Schiaparelli's controversial lion head dress following the backlash that Kylie Jenner faced after rocking the look on Monday.
Shayk, 37, modeled an almost identical gown when she strutted down the runway later during the show.
The lion head dress was part of Schiaparelli's "Inferno Couture" collection, which also included ensembles boasting life-like replicas of a snow leopard and a wolf.
Naomi Campbell was photographed walking the runway in a furry black trench coat with a wolf's head on her shoulder.
Shalom Harlow wore a leopard print dress that had a snow leopard's head sewn into the bodice.
One user wrote on Instagram, "The only thing this is glorifying is the killing of these animals, even if this is fake.
The lion, cheetah and the wolf seem like they are literally meant to look as if they were killed and used for clothing.
Jenner shared her look on Instagram and thanked Schiaparelli and Roseberry.
beautiful beautiful," Jenner wrote alongside a series of photos.
One fan wrote, "Irina sorry but no matter what you say, this still promotes animal trophy hunting.
The Kylie Cosmetics mogul was photographed while wearing Givenchy's noose-shaped necklace, which was heavily criticized when it first debuted in October 2021.
On Monday, Jenner shared photos to Instagram in which she was seen wearing the Givenchy necklace, which she paired with a bright blue bodycon dress and sparkly pink boots.