Stella's Meat Free Monday tee: all the way on the left. Credit: Gap
Stella McCartney is supporting Meat Free Mondays with two exclusive t-shirts for GapKids, as part of her second kidswear collection with the global clothing brand which launched Monday, reports Vogue UK. The campaign to go vegetarian on Mondays is an initiative she started with her father Sir Paul and sister Mary. Click through to hear from Stella.The design features a superhero (available for boys and girls) on an organic cotton t-shirt and is available in select stores in the UK. While the tee is super cute, we'd like to see more organic cotton in the rest of the collection. Stella describes the Meat Free Monday (MFM) initiative, below.
MFM is about us all 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.
As for Meat Free Mondays, great start; let's take it a step further with TreeHugger Founder Graham Hill's Weekday Vegetarian diet.