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Though she’s in the process of getting ready to launch her own line of clothing for charity, Gwyneth Paltrow has decided to take on some additional charitable design challenges as well. The actress has designed a limited-edition bikini for Lilly Pulitzer’s A Colorful Cause: Celebrity Designer Program, which honors the label’s 50th anniversary by supporting The Epidermolysis Bullosa Medical Research Foundation.

Joining Paltrow in the designing are five additional famous faces: Brooke Shields, Debra Messing, Marcia Cross, Angie Harmon, Bridget Moynahan, Catherine Bell, Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Garcelle Beauvais-Nilson have all signed on to lend their personal touches to the mommy-and-me creations. The clothes will be available for purchase in April at Lilly Pulitzer stores across the country and online at the official site.

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  • http://RawfoodsRetreat.com erin

    Can anyone tell me whether this group does animal research (aka cruel needless experiments on innocent pets) with this foundation? They are on PEta’s list but it’s so difficult to read (half of it upside down – I guess to print out but my printers’ not hooked up)

    http://www.petaliterature.com/VIV210.pdf

    So are they on the good list or bad list?

    Gwyn is on my bad list in general but I’m willing to support her on this one :)

    E