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by Lisa Corneliusson on 17 October, 2014

Started my day, not in the woods with Bobbie as usual, but with a coffee with Michael Schragger of The Sustainability Fashion Academy. The SFA provides brands, policy makers and others involved in trying to make the textile industry more sustainable with tools and expertise to enable progress and innovation. They work globally, but some […]

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Started my day, not in the woods with Bobbie as usual, but with a coffee with Michael Schragger of The Sustainability Fashion Academy. The SFA provides brands, policy makers and others involved in trying to make the textile industry more sustainable with tools and expertise to enable progress and innovation. They work globally, but some of the brands they work with locally are H&M, Fjällräven, Monki – and Filippa K, where my next meeting is. We’re not discussing Filippa K’s new “Long Lasting Simplicity” project, of which Make it last were the first ones to write about, but instead a new collaboration that Filippa K launches today, with jewelry designer Saskia Diez. More about that later. x

Ps. Filippa K’s fall 2014 ad campaign really is so beautiful. Above and below.

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