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Vegetarian Superstar Pamela Anderson Designs Eco-Friendly Fashion Line

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pam1_280_537908aWhile “clothed” might not be the first word that pops into your head when you think of Pamela Anderson, eco-conscious definitely should be. 

Anderson is well-known for her proud vegetarianism and planetary convictions. Now, the outspoken green babe is kicking it up a notch by teaming up with couturier Richie Rich for a line of environmentally-friendly fashion.

Besides being good for the planet, the line will also be vegan and feature leather-free shoes and casual clothes, including hooded tops, skirts and swimwear for the new Muse brand.

About her work in fashion, Anderson says:

“I really don’t like to wear clothes. I would rather go naked. But I love Richie’s designs, so I agreed to be part of Muse.”

Awesome! We here at the Razz love Pam with or without clothes. Keep up the great work!

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