Linda Loudermilk is a name to know—and not just because it’s a really awesome name!
A visionary designer of eco-couture, she’s been called “The Vivienne Westwood of eco-fashion” (ELLE Magazine) and listed on W’s “Top 20 Innovators to Watch”—not to mention her infamous moniker, “The Soul Stylist”!
Loudermilk’s website describes her design mission:
“to ignite expressiveness, encourage clarity in the choices of [our] daily life and, through awareness, bring about gratitude of this planet, our home.”
With a motto like that, why wouldn’t you want to buy her clothes? Especially when the clothes are as gorgeous as these:
Can you tell these beautiful, sexy clothes were made from bamboo and soya? Neither can we.
For Loudermilk, change—particularly in the way we treat our environment—is the only path to a better future. Nowhere is this vision so aptly demonstrated than in her line of jewelry:
Proceeds from her jewelry sales, as well as from the sales of her T-shirt line, are donated to support clean water initiatives.
If you’re looking for eco-conscious high fashion, Linda Loudermilk is the one to look to; and luckily, our readers in NYC can find her in their area! Here’s a list of her stores in the New York area:
Camilla Boutique (355 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, NY)
LifeStyle (311A Brighton Beach, NY)
Kaight (83 Orchard St, NYC)
Or you can visit her website at www.lindaloudermilk.com !
The PeaceKeeper Team
(Writer: Renee Estey. Editors: Jessica Smith and Eva Kuhn.)
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