Deborah Lindquist opened her eco-friendly clothing store in the trendy NoHo Art District and Eco Caters helped sponsor the event serving organic cuisine including stationary and tray passed hors de oeuvres. Cucumber Cups with Mango, Jicama, Chili, and Lime, Roasted Tomato Crostini with Bagna Cauda (which is made with anchovie, chunked lemon, shallot, garlic, olive oil, parsley and spices), Roasted Garlic Hummus, Baba Ganouj and Fermented Radish with Cauliflower comprised the entirely organic menu. As the trend setter of eco-couture, Lindquist creates fashionable apparel out of a mix of “reincarnated” and Earth-friendly fabrics that not only makes it easy to be green but also great to be seen. Brides to be can check out her site at http://www.deborahlindquist.com/ if you are in the market for an eco-friendly wedding dress.
We had a great time with the green minded yet fashionable crowd and the other sponsors. We even took some pics with one of the models and our tray passed hors de oeuvres. The event went off very well and Eco Caters got some great publicity. We look forward to working with Deborah Lindquist on future events!