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Julia Stiles Launches Mock Green Fashion Collection

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Can Julia Stiles pull off comedy? Hell yea!

The actress, best known for her role in the Jason Bourne series with Matt Damon, has launched a hilarious mock eco-friendly fashion line. Where others might fail horribly in delivering a suit made of newspapers or a shirt made from 10 other shirts, Stiles pulls it off with an air of fashion superiority and indifference. It also helps that the models are channeling Derek Zoolander’s “Blue Steel” pose.

Sadly, as Julia’s website “Julia Stiles Styles” notes, the entire fashion collection is currently sold out. They do, however, encourage people to donate to The Lunchbox Fund — an organization which provides impoverished children in the township schools of Alexandra and Soweto often their only meal of the day.

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