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Recycled Rodebjer

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by Lisa Corneliusson on 9 October, 2014

These images make me smile

These images make me smile. My dear Nike has styled them, and the looks are from Rodebjer, a brand, a house, a home that holds a special place in my heart. The trousers are made of recycled workwear and recycled leather. Their all unique, obviously, I know because I’ve tried quite a few of them on. (I have regular sessions in the original Rodebjer store on Jakobsbergsgatan when I hang around a little too long and try about everything on.) Rodebjer has a policy since early on not to use any new leather, but coming across a French company cutting vintage leather into patchwork fabric they felt that it was something that fit into their world. I love the wide, cropped fit. I love the whole looks.

I actually met Linn from Rodebjer today to go through the spring 2015 collection. I’ll tell you about it soon… x

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