Heather Mills has debuted her eco-friendly clothing line, Be@One, a collection which some critics are describing as “Austin Powers” couture.
Take a look at the runway images in this gallery and you’ll understand why. While the former wife of Paul McCartney had a sincere and honorable goal in mind--to re-invent and recycle old materials and pieces into new and “highly-wearable” designs--she fell flat.
Instead, Heather Mills created a collection of bizarre, mismatched and often tasteless items--including corsets, slashed jumpers, and a flamboyant ruffled dress--that seemed to take inspiration from the 60s-themed film "Austin Powers" and, quite frankly, clowns.
According to the UK’s Daily Mail, “In addition to the garish corset dress and clown trousers, Heather has designed a recycled white lace evening gown, which looks more like a bedraggled wedding dress. She’s also turned out a figure-frumping black knee-length jumpsuit, which is slashed from thigh to knee.”