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Stella McCartney Raises Money For Meat-Free Monday Campaign With New T-Shirt

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Stella McCartney is getting serious about Meat Free Monday!

Rumor on the street is that McCartney has designed a special t-shirt for the campaign, which will be available at London Gap stores soon. The t-shirts are made from organic cotton and come in two different styles — one for boys and one for girls. Of course, all the money raised from the clothes will go to help fund the Meat Free Monday project.

Stella believes the herbivore campaign is all about, “taking control of the environment we live in for our kids and the generations to come. Whether you eat meat or not, you can be part of this decision to limit the meat industry destroying our planet’s resources.”

We totally agree!

What do you think about these organic cotton Meat Free Monday shirts? Will you be rushing to the store to get one? Chime in and share your thoughts!

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