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Swedish shooting star.

On our minds is EcoChic Design Award, the yearly sustainable design competition challenging emerging designers to cut waste out of fashion, which took place last week and this time really stepped up the game involving some great new names including Swedish shooting star Amandah Andersson. All participating brand’s entries have been created using the design techniques of zero-waste, up-cycling and reconstruction and we found some of the designs presented very sharp and loved the recurring textured detailing of the garments. More here. /Ada Källgren


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