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Will Leona Lewis Become Topshop's Next Celebrity Designer?

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Don’t get too excited Ecorazzi readers — this is JUST a rumor. So the word on the street (and by street I mean internet) is that Leona Lewis is in talks with Sir Phillip Green to launch her own vegan clothing line at Topshop —  a chain of stores abroad owned by Green.

A source told Sun magazine, “Philip and Leona have a dinner booked in later this month. They have fitted it in after he returns from Ibiza and before she heads back to the States. He knows she is emerging into one of the world’s top pop stars and wants to discuss her doing her own Topshop range.”

Now as many of you know Leona was crowned PETA’s Sexiest Vegetarian Of 2008, but it isn’t just animal issues that Leona supports. It’s a known fact that Lewis tries to live her life as ethically as possible and won’t even wear diamonds because she doesn’t know how they’re sourced.

So would you buy a Leona Lewis designed outfit? Tell Ecorazzi what you think!

via: catwalkqueen.tv

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