Oct 11, 2009

From Nepal, with Love

Women’s Wear Daily agrees: A beautiful scarf is the perfect way to add color to any fall wardrobe, especially if it’s Nepali by TDM Design. Launched in 2007 by Michelle Baldwin and Michelle Taylor-Spearman the Nepali line of scarves and accessories is quickly picking up speed in the marketplace. Each accessory is hand-made using the highest quality fibers in order to ensure the craftsmanship of each piece and pride in workmanship.

Nepali by TDM Design provides sustainable income to Nepalese women and helps weavers and their families break the cycle of poverty by providing them above market compensation and access to education and health care. Nepali by TDM Design creates opportunities for women to generate consistent income. TDM’s mission is to bring about social and economic change by allowing women to participate financially in their society.

Nepali’s scarves are made from natural fibers such as cashmere, silk, and bamboo, plus they are available over 30 colors. Right now TDM Designs even has a Breast Cancer Awareness Scarf made from hand-dyed silk chiffon with merino felted edges. It’s beautiful, it’s for a good cause, and 50% of the proceeds will be donated directly to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. 

The Nepali line by TDM Designs is stylish, eco-friendly, and good for your karma. Shop online now by clicking here.  


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