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Heather Mills To Launch New Recycled Clothing Line "Be@1"

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Heather Mills is a very busy woman. Not only is the celebrity activist busy with a new vegan cafe and frozen foods range — but she’s also getting ready to reveal a new eco-couture enterprise.

Dropping hints for us to follow and piece together, Mills will launch Be@1 this coming August 27th at the Highlands Hollywood in association with the charity event Celebrity Catwalk. The collection will restyle and recycle charity shop clothing — with one benefit, as Mills tweeted, being less waste thrown into the landfill.

At the end of July, the UK Evening Standard published a photo of Mills posing in one of the collection’s new outfits; sans price (but available upon request). We’ve no doubt that these will probably be expensive — especially since charity clothing tends to be a one-of-a-kind affair; unless they’re going with surplus swag. We also expect the entire line to be vegan-friendly — which will probably stir up the UK media to insinuate that Mills is somehow looking to steal Stella McCartney’s thunder.

Check out the splash page for Be@1 here. We’ll update with photos of Mills’ new line when it hits later this month.

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