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by Lisa Corneliusson on 29 September, 2014

John Patrick has actually given us a manifest


There are quite a few techy materials in the Organic by John Patrick fall 2014 collection, inspired by the Gemini and Apollo moon missions, but a few cozy textures too: quilted cotton, felted wool and fur. I really like that fur. Or rather, that jacket made of recycled polyester meant to similate Arctic fur. Can I have it?

As you might know, John Patrick is one of the most earth-aware designers out there. We’ve talked to him here at Make it last about what he feels about overdesign and overproduction of things you don’t really need. He’s actually given us a kind of manifest. Read it here.

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