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Rachel

Linda Loudermilk is the best. I haven't been to any of her physical stores but I have been buying her clothes at http://junonandjove.com if any one is interested. I am glad I can dress fashionably and still do something to help the planet, or at least use a sustainable socially conscious option.

kimberly Klabel

I just checked out Junoandjove.com, they have some really great pieces and a few more designers I have wanted to look into. I was really surprised with their collection. Thanks for the tip.

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David Neubert

Yes, Linda Loudermilk is innovative, luxurious, and brilliant. Another couture designer I've just come across is Chulette. She makes everything out of eco-friendly materials, with a classic look and relevant styling. Everything is made in NYC! Check out her Neeli Jacket - perfect Fall-weight blazer for business or casual. http://shop.oliveorganic.org/neeli-jacket-p405.aspx

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