There is a pic of Rod Stewart wearing a sealskin coat at Always in Vogue in St. John's, Newfoundland in the following article. The store carries beautiful products. Suggest you have a look at their website and facebook links below.
Rod Stewart gets fitted for sealskin coat in St. John's
by Julie Skinner
Posted: 11 July 2015
A family owned and operated business in downtown St. John's got an unexpected visit from a rock and roll superstar Saturday afternoon - and that superstar got unexpectedly fitted for a sealskin coat.
U.K. musician Rod Stewart, who's in town to headline the Confederation Hill Music Festival Saturday night, stopped by Always in Vogue on Water Street.
website - Always in Vogue - " The Next Chapter In Luxury"
Luxury Sealskin and fur store in St. John's, Newfoundland
facebook - Always in Vogue
I enjoyed watching the following dynamic telling of the history of Always In Vogue.
Video - Always In Vogue Story
The following article also has a 3 minute video showing the enthusiasm of the fans at the concert, and brief clips of performers, including Rod Stewart.
Cold temps for Hot Legs: Weather doesn't hamper Rod Stewart show
Posted: Jul 12, 2015 3:46 PM NT - Last Updated: Jul 12, 2015 6:57 PM NT
Rod Stewart headlined Saturday's concert, along with the Goo Goo Dolls, Sass Jordan, The Navigators and Timber. Due to issues with flights and weather, Blue Rodeo was unable to make it to the concert.
Ticket sales were limited to 18,000, but there's no official attendance count for Saturday night's show.
As could have been predicted, Rod Stewart, has faced some criticism from the anti-sealing people for trying on the sealskin coat.
Rod Stewart 'enraged' over use of sealskin photo
Store owner says Stewart was well aware the coat was sealskin
Posted: Jul 14, 2015 3:35 PM NT - Last Updated: Jul 14, 2015 11:45 PM NT
I have only quoted part of the article.
I recommended reading the whole article & comments.
Before performing on Saturday night, the British singer was fitted for the coat at Always in Vogue on Water Street.
The move garnered praise from local residents, and on the flip side, an attack from anti-sealing activist Paul Watson.
On Tuesday, a post to Stewart's Facebook account said he was not being fitted for a sealskin jacket and had no intention of purchasing the item.
"Rod regrets that he didn't check what the jacket was made of, but was so grateful for the shop's help, he did not," the post read.
"Rod has since been very upset to learn that the shop has been using this image as an advertisement for an industry that he does not know much about and certainly does not support."
The post claims a store clerk at Always in Vogue asked Stewart to pose with one of the store's jackets before leaving.
Stewart also tweeted that he was "enraged to learn that an image of me has been misused for something I do not support."
'He knew what he was putting on'
Always in Vogue owner Darren Halloran said Stewart knew the coat was made of sealskin when he tried it on.
"He knew what he was putting on. Whether he knew the extent of what comes with putting on a sealskin jacket I don't know. I never meant for that to be the situation. But he knew what he was putting on," he said.