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Mills’ New Market

Heather Mills may be dazzling veg diners, but now she plans to wow the fashion crowd.

It’s a bit of a challenge to keep track of all the things Heather Mills is up to these days, but try you must. She’s successfully launched her vegan café, VBites, is developing a new frozen food line, and has acquired The Redwood Whole Food Company, a faux-meat giant in the UK. Expanding her sights beyond food, Mills is launching a clothing line, Be@1, August 27 at Celebrity Catwalk, which raises funds and awareness for National Animal Rescue. Taking place in Hollywood Highlands, the debut of Mills’ line will feature recycled charity shop clothing that has been stylized in fresh ways. We’ll be eager to see how Mills puts her spin on eco-couture.

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