The fashion world went to the dogs Tuesday night when NSF clothing and GQ joined forces with the The Humane Society of the United States for a star-studded Hollywood Hills party aimed at wiping out puppy mills.
Big Love star Ginnifer Goodwin stopped to tell RadarOnline.com about the tragedies of puppy mills.
"There are ten thousand of these places in the United States selling millions of these dogs every year to customers who are unwittingly buying these pets from online and pet stores. And the dogs, they're stacked in crates and they don't have access to sunlight or running or veterinary care or love and really if you're gonna adopt a furry friend into your family really the only answer is truly adopting and going to your local shelter."
The animal loving celebrities, including Mya, Khloe Kardashian and her NBA player financee Lamar Odom, Shayne Lamas, Corey Feldman, and Caroline D'Amore all took home NSF bracelets and matching collars for their furry friends.
The limited edition jacquard bracelets and collars which retail for $20 and $35 will be available at Barney's New York, Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue.
100% of all proceeds from the sale of the super cute bracelets and collars will go directly to the Humane Society efforts to stop puppy mills.