Animal rights protesters have left a graffiti attack outside fashion designer DONNA KARAN's New York home.
A group called the Paint Panthers have sprayed abusive messages on streets surrounding her house in the Hamptons, on New York's Long Island - including "Bunny Butcher", a reference to her use of fur in her creations.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has denied any link to the attack, but are long term critics of Karan.
PETA president Ingrid Newkirk says, "If Donna Karan stopped making clothes out of tortured bunnies, we'd be out of her life faster than you can say, 'Yoga mat'."
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