‘Healing’ Lindsay Hubbard is selling 3 dresses from canceled Carl Radke wedding

Lindsay Hubbard is activated — this time for charity.

The “Summer House” star is nearing the one-year anniversary of her breakup with Carl Radke, who ended their engagement while Bravo cameras were rolling just a few months before their November 2023 wedding date.

Ahead of filming for the ninth season, Hubbard, 37, is ending her “healing journey” by ridding herself of the three designer gowns she planned to wear at her Cancun, Mexico, nuptials, teaming up with beloved wedding dress shop Kleinfeld Bridal this week to help launch their resale site, Kleinfeld Again.

Lindsay Hubbard is hoping three lucky brides will bid on the designer wedding dresses she purchased for her canceled wedding to Carl Radke. Kleinfeld
The “Summer House” star talked about her “healing journey” post-breakup and the charity she’s chosen to support with the sales. Kleinfeld

“I have had these dresses, and they are beautiful dresses. They were really expensive, but they are fabulous dresses, and they have been sitting in my closet waiting for me to figure out what to do with them,” the former PR maven told Page Six Style exclusively at the bridal shop, where she announced the sale.

“If you could imagine going through a really public, humiliating, awful breakup and then rewatching that breakup and talking about it over and over and over for the last year of your life — yeah, it’s been a long process in the journey of healing,” she said.

Included in the lineup is the plunging Berta dress she modeled in an episode of the most recent season of “Summer House,” where family, friends and co-star Danielle Olivera got teary-eyed over the bride-to-be. Bidding is currently more than $9,000 for the strapless style, which includes detached puff sleeves and a blinged-out bow.

Her blinged-out gowns are all different styles, each sure to sell for more than $10,000 each on KleinfeldAgain.com. Kleinfeld
Radke proposed to Hubbard in August 2022, and the pair were set to wed in November 2023. lindshubbs/Instagram

The TV moment came after Hubbard chose a one-shouldered floral Mira Zwillinger gown (currently going for more than $6,000) at a sample sale that gave her “buyer’s remorse” when she got home, as she realized it wasn’t a pure white but rather featured blush and beige tones.

The reality star also purchased her intended reception look — a sparkling Pnina Tornai creation, of course — at Kleinfeld. Fans of the never-before-seen second corset style will have to shell out, as bidding for the gown is nearing $8,000 and sure to climb.

While she said she had anticipated the show’s two-part reunion to be the close of her much-discussed failed relationship, Hubbard told us she realized she had one last order of business, calling the sale the “finale” of her breakup. She added, “Getting these dresses out of my closet is just so relieving and refreshing, and I am really excited for someone else to enjoy them.”

The former couple hashed it out at the “Summer House” Season 8 reunion, but Hubbard told Page Six Style that selling her dresses after the episode is the real “finale” of her relationship. Jocelyn Prescod/Bravo via Getty Images
“I bought these dresses out of love, and they are stunning and beautiful, and I do believe that they … deserve a second home to help someone celebrate that huge milestone of love,” Hubbard told us. Kleinfeld
Bravo fans have seen Radke and Hubbard’s relationship through nearly 10 years, from friends to situationship to fiancés and now exes. Bravo

While things may not have worked out with Radke, 39 — whom Hubbard dated for less than a year before getting engaged in the Hamptons in 2022 after years of friendship and on-and-off casual dating — she hopes that whoever purchases any of her three gowns has a happier ending than she did.

“You know, I bought these dresses out of love, and they are stunning and beautiful, and I do believe that they … deserve a second home to help someone celebrate that huge milestone of love,” she said. “So I am really excited for someone else to enjoy them because I truly fell in love with each and every one of them.”

Not only did Hubbard team up with fertility organization Chick Mission, a nonprofit that helps women diagnosed with cancer freeze their eggs before undergoing chemotherapy, but Kleinfeld is donating the proceeds of the combined sales of her gowns and matching the price for their own donation.

As for what her future holds, Hubbard said she “threw out” her infamous timelines and is not thinking about a potential wedding. But if she were to be engaged again, she joked that she would “take something off the rack” at Kleinfeld and “elope.”