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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.

Gina-Tricot-tencel-look

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.


3 Comments

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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