It turns out that Jon Bon Jovi’s apparel line was giving leather a bad name. The New Jersey rocker, who launched his Hart N Dagger clothing line in November, reached an agreement with PETA to remove a tiny leather patch from the waistband of the brand’s $275 jeans, the animal rights group said Tuesday. A...
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