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Sheryl Crow Joins Fashion World And Creates Eco-Clothing Line

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Sheryl Crow is one pretty tubular chick! The raspy-voiced folk singer has battled cancer, stood up for the environment and raised a child all on her own. Now (as if she wasn’t busy enough) Crow is trying her hand at fashion as she announces plans to create her own range of eco-friendly clothing for Western Glove Works.

Sheryl seems to always be thinking about the environment, so it’s not surprising that the talented planet-saver’s fashion line will rock an eco-twist.  Never one to waste, Crow is even known around her hometown to donate bags and bags of unworn clothing to her local secondhand shop every six months. 

No word yet on when the line will be produced, but a friend told Star magazine. “She’s heading to Australia in October to meet with her partners and start production.” We DO know that it will be a denim-based collection and will be named Bootheel Trading Co. By Sheryl Crow. I don’t know about you, but I could totally use some eco-friendly jeans! 

 

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