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Tencel details with Gina Tricot

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by Emma Elwin on 11 April, 2015

Since I'm such a denim girl this is one of my favorite looks

Here is a backstage picture from the Gina Tricot shoot. Since I’m such a denim girl this is one of my favorite looks. The set is made of Tencel, or lyocell (Tencel is the brand name), a soft biodegradable fabric made of wood pulp cellulose. Below is the campaign image.


Read more about the collection here. And if you want to hear some of my Queen’s English (hehe), have a look at one of the videos where I talk about the collection and my passion for sustainable fashion. Links below.

The campaign! 
Me talking about the future of fashion.
Me talking about a sustainable wardrobe.
Me talking about why I care about sustainability.

Make it last in collaboration with Gina Tricot.


Julia: Kul att höra vad du har att säga. Du har ett väldigt vackert leende för övrigt :)
April 12, 2015

Ninne: Jättefint! Kanske borde du tänka lite på din grammatik. Du använder bla helt fel tempus och blandar bestämd och obestämd form efter varandra, både i tal och i skrift. Jag har tänkt på det flera gånger i de artiklar och inlägg du gör på Makeitlast, det tar ned intrycket lite på en annars fantastisk sida!
April 12, 2015

Martina: Du är såå fin! :) Snyggt stylat också. http://martinallindberg.blogspot.com/
April 11, 2015

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