The embodiment of art, sustainability and philanthropy.

Via Lynn Hasselberger
on Jan 24, 2011
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Photo by: B&G Photography

LINDEE DANIEL gowns: eco-exquisite.

Artfully and meticulously crafted, the fabric wrapped in LINDEE DANÍEL gowns are wild silks (organic and peace), peace silks (won’t harm a life-cycle), conventional silk, and organic cottons. Using earth dyes and chemical-free processing,  these gowns are produced locally with fair trade practices and an unwavering commitment to all things natural.

The signature indigo color is extra-special in that the dyestuffs are obtained from a woman’s co-op in El Salvador–women supporting women.

5% of sales helps youth in the skid row area of Los Angeles.

Seen in Martha Stewart Weddings Blog & 2011 Summer Print Edition | Pacific Weddings Magazine Summer/Fall 2010 | Inhabitat | COCOECO Magazine | Ecostiletto | Ecofabulous | LA Magazine Blog | The Huffington Post | and numerous other fabulous blogs.

LINDEE DANÍEL is in Chicago Jan. 29 for Indie Wed … 30-50% off for this one day!

The first event of its kind in the Midwest, Indie Wed caters to not only unconventional couples who are taking a more modern, edgy, or eco-friendly approach to their special day, but also the more conservative couples who simply want to add some special touches.

Read about Lindee, owner + designer, at I Count for myEARTH.

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About Lynn Hasselberger

Lynn Hasselberger is co-founder of GDGD Radio; The Green Divas Managing Editor; and Producer of The Green Divas Radio Show. She's also a mom, writer and award-winning cat-herder who lives in Chicagoland. Sunrises, running, yoga, lead-free chocolate and comedy are just a few of her fave things. In her rare moments of spare time, she blogs at and A treehugger and social media addict, you'll most likely find Lynn on twitter (@LynnHasselbrgr @GreenDivaLynn & @myEARTH360), instagram and facebook. She hopes to make the world a better place, have more fun, re-develop her math skills and overcome her fear of public speaking. Like her writing? Subscribe to her posts.


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