EXTINCTION Rebellion protesters paint a sorry picture as they demonstrate at London Fashion Week.
The handful of eco-campaigners laid down in red emulsion after declaring the industry had “blood on its hands”.
Close to the “die-in” on the Strand, activists for animal rights group Peta poured black slime over their heads.
They said it represented “harmful waste by the leather industry”.
Four more days of disruption are expected.
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An off shoot of Extinction Rebellion had pledged to cause havoc at Heathrow by flying drones, but it turned into a flop as police made pre-emptive arrests.
The group staged mass protests in London earlier this year which it is estimated cost the taxpayer £16 million.
They have also held protests in city centres in Bristol, Cardiff and Leeds.
Some models took to the runway in daring outfits which barely covered their modesty at Pam Hogg’s exhibition during the show.
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