Linda Loudermilk necklace and bamboo scarf. Image courtesy of Linda Loudermilk
Linda Loudermilk, one of our favorite Sustainable Designers-- we recently previewed her Spring 2010 collection, here--is doing what she does best: highlighting environmental issues through fashion. This time she's taking on the water crisis with her "Water is a Human Right" campaign--can't you picture fellow water advocate Jessica Biel in the bamboo scarf?
Water is a Human Right campaign. Images courtesy of Linda Loudermilk
The faucet necklaces and tie clips--Pete Wentz might just pick one up--are cute conversation pieces. They retail at $129 with 17% of proceeds benefiting clean water initiatives around the world. The charm is available in silver, brass, or copper on a chain made with black or brown double cord or reclaimed silk in petal and taupe--we suggest the reclaimed silk. Host a trunk show, or house party to promote the campaign and or pick up yours at Linda Loudermilk online, and check out the rest of the collection at Water Is a Human Right.
Article updated on 11/11/09, the previous version of this article stated 7% of proceeds benefit clean water initiatives.
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