Pamela Anderson delivers a written unrelenting letter to Australian actress Cate Blanchett, recommending the Oscar-winner to give up putting on Armani garments. The actress has joined up with animal rights militants at People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), to promote A-list celebrities to ban clothes designer Giorgio Armani over his refusal to snub fur from his line of fashions, and at present she's directing intent at one of the designer guru's nearest admirers. She requires Blanchett to get into other fashion designer's creations to appear at red carpet events until Armani agrees to halt utilizing fur. In her written correspondence to Cate Blanchett, Anderson drops a line, "Cate, because you're so much an immense part of Armani's promotional attire, would you kindly inspire him to go along with his promise and omit fur out of his future collections?" A representative for the fashion designer has substantiated Armani plans to discontinue utilizing all but rabbit pelt in hereafter creations, summing up, "As a lavish fashion business firm, which has forever been thoughtful to this subject, we find we're being unfairly pointed out at in equivalence to our contenders."