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Today's Wall Street Journal takes a long look at PETA's attempts to win over the fashion industry, from meeting with the head of the CFDA to throwing a party with Stella McCartney during New York Fashion Week. Says PETA's Dan Matthews, "When we're trying to appeal to the style-obsessed, we realized that they're going to respond better to a stylish image or something that seems like it's part of the in-crowd than they will from an angry protester." [WSJ]