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On our minds: Shaina Mote

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by adakallgren on 15 December, 2014

This young LA based designer distances herself from fast fashion by providing sleek, transformable staples with reversible qualities.

Maybe it’s because we’re Scandinavian but we felt an instant connection to Shaina Mote’s minimal designs. This young LA based designer distances herself from fast fashion by providing sleek, transformable staples with reversible qualities, in the hope of increasing the ways to wear a garment over time and encourage less waste on the whole. A forward-thinking approach to sustainable design we’d say. Images from the FW14 collection.

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