Scarves were a constant at this year’s Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. Whether they were seen on the runway, the deisgners or fashion show-goers, they were EVERYWHERE! Individuals would wear one or two, vintage, modern, warm, tied around their heads, and seen in every pattern and color of the rainbow. One woman said it best, “Scarves are the poor lady’s accessory in place of high end jewelry.”
You can give the look and feel that you completed your outfit or outerwear with the perfect finishing touches. Happy Hour Mom was lucky enough to head to New York City with several in tow, courtesy of Nepali by TDM Designs. If you haven’t heard the name, I’m sure you have seen them on tv, in magazines and around the necks of some of the biggest names in Holloywood.
Halle Berry, Kate Hudson, Bethenny Frankel and the Kardashian ladies all sport and support Nepali by TDM scarves. The amazing scarves are affordable, high quality, natural, eco-conscious and always in style. With one little accesory you make your dollars go a little further in the world.
Michelle Baldwin launched her accessory line in 2007. She works directly with woman industries of Nepal and continues to support the craft of weaving. Each piece is hand-made and the income helps to provide families with access to education and healthcare.
Women empowering women one scarf at a time! Happy Hour Mom is proud to wear and share the opportunities that are produced by these accessories with the world. Nepalese woman are given a chance at a better life and they are creating gorgeous accessories that have women everywhere walking down the street with confidence.
Nepali by TDM Designs’ scarves are sold in over 600 stores and boutiques in the US, Canada and the UK. Otherwise, find their latest collection at www.tdmdesigninc.com.
For more amazing ways to wear your scarves at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week check out this video with Della Hasselle right outside of Lincoln Center.