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Melissa McCarthy Debuts Vegan Holiday Line

Hollywood star’s clothing is both PETA-approved and made for women of all body-types.

Actress Melissa McCarthy’s vegan holiday fashion collection just launched exclusively at Lane Bryant. McCarthy’s clothing line—Melissa McCarthy Seven7—is designed for women of all body types and originally launched in September on HSN.com. “I wanted to give women a whole new closet,” McCarthy said. “Interesting separates, well-made key pieces that can be mixed and matched to express our mood and personal style on any given day. To make women feel great about themselves.” Not only are her clothes accessible for many women, they’re also vegan and approved by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.

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