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The organic white top

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by Emma Elwin on 29 April, 2015

Dreams through a lens

Tonight we are going to the presentation of Kappahl’s new collection made entirely of sustainable materials. The collection has been captured by the photographer Mary McCartney that I had the great pleasure to interview earlier this spring. The top I’m wearing in this picture is one of my favorites from the collection. This summer I’m pairing it with vintage jeans and sandals.

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Topp, KappAhl. Jeans, Vintage.


My number one garment

1. Lindex. 2. H&M. 3. Chinti and Parker. 4. Margret Howell. 

The garment I have come to almost abuse. The striped sweater is the garment I wear the most! Here are four sustainable striped sweaters that I would recommend!


The sustainable guide in Styleby

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by Emma Elwin on 28 April, 2015

How to build a sustainable wardrobe

In this issue of Styleby I have had the great pleasure to write a guide how to build a sustainable wardrobe. You will also find a great vintage guide made by the master of vintage shopping, my amazing Make it last partner Lisa. You’ll find the magazine out in stores now!


Recommended reading

Style — 23 July, 2018

Brand to Watch: ROBERTS | WOOD

Designer Katie Roberts-Wood explains ‘emotional sustainability’ and her hand-linking technique.

Style — 22 July, 2018

My Sustainable Summer List by Lisa

Curious to have a look inside the Make it last founders’ summer wardrobes, we asked them to share some of their favorite things. Lisa's up first!

Style — 21 July, 2018

Editor’s Pick: Modern(ist) Earrings

Inspired by Emma's new earring from Stockholm-based atelier brand M.SAHLBERG, we browsed our favorite jewelers for more modern(ist) pieces.

Life — 19 July, 2018

Creative Director Celine Aagaard Sends Love from Spain

We asked Celine Aagaard, founder and creative director of soon-to-launch fashion brand Envelope1976, to send us a postcard form her summer travels.


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