fashion is finally becoming available to the average consumer. After years of
fuddy duddy choices for the organically inclined, popular demand as inspired
designers to bring high style to earth friendly products.

Baldwin and Michelle Taylor-Spearman are two such designers with their company
TDM. Proving organic is the way to go, TDM is sold in over 600 stores internationally and has been featured in InStyle Magazine, Harpers Bazaar, Town and Country, Teen Vogue and Women's Wear Daily.

more stiff than other summer scarves, TDM's organic cotton fabric sits comfortably around the neck to
create an in vogue look. To tempt you further into donning this neck décor,
each piece is hand made in Nepal to support women weavers and women
craftsmanship in the area.


provides sustainable income to Nepalese women and helps weavers and artisans
along with their families break the cycle of poverty by providing them above
market compensation and access to education and health care.

Besides organic cotton, these Nepalese women also use other fine natural
fibers like bamboo, cashmere, and masino to create scarves for TDM in styles that
range from
Rachel Bilson’s trendy look to timeless sophistication.