Apparently, having a number one single on iTunes isn't enough for some girls - they also have to design clothes. That's the word from the UK, where the super-cute Leona Lewis has announced her latest project: a vegan clothing line made with cruelty-free materials. Lewis has been a vegetarian since she was twelve, and doesn't wear leather or fur - though judging from a quick Google Image search, pleather is totally okay, especially if it comes in a tight cut and a sparkly, metallic color. In fact, maybe Lewis' line can be the antidote to Natalie Portman's own vegan collection, a series of shoes for Te Casan that are priced from $200 - $500. If we can get a pair of vegan black ballet flats for $30, we are so game - especially if, unlike Stella McCartney's, they don't fall apart after two weeks.