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Stella McCartney Launches Tank And T-Shirt To Support Meat Free Monday

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Eco-friendly fashion designer Stella McCartney, who was recently named creative director for the British Olympic Team, has designed a new t-shirt and tank top designed to raise awareness of the Meat Free Monday campaign. The tops feature a print by the late Linda McCartney called “Lucky in Daisies” and are made from organic cotton jersey.

Priced $195-$215, a portion of all sales will support Meat Free Monday—a campaign started by Paul McCartney and his daughters in 2009 to bring attention to the environmental impact of meat production and consumption.

The items will be launched in Stella McCartney’s Bruton Street, London store as well as being available to purchase online.

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