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Make it last loves Patagonia's capsule collection "Truth to materials".

Patagonia is a brand at the very forefront of sustainable innovation and we love their new sleek direction for AW14. This season’s capsule collection ”Truth to Materials”, which was recently praised for being the world’s most sustainable clothing line, comprises of seven pieces made from raw, reclaimed or alternatively sourced materials, honouring the purest form of a material possible. Even though the brand’s main focus is on outdoors and sports gear, we have seen the odd piece from recent collections on display in some prominent contemporary fashion boutiques both in Stockholm and in London. Do give us more. /Ada Källgren

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