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We’ve teamed up with Peak Performance to pick our ten favorites – fashionable and functional pieces that'll last far beyond spring.

Starting Make it last last year, we knew there were some brands who have questions of sustainability and climate change closer to heart; ones that work with it on a more transparent, progressive, integrated level.

Peak Performance, the 30-year-old, started with skiwear-brand from Åre, is one of them. Since the beginning, Peak Performance has worked closed to nature; with product knowledge and premium suppliers as two of their foremost priorities (you can read more about Peak Performance’s thoughts on responsibility here).

Being the same age as us (well, in between me and Lisa), there’s also something about Peak Performance that we carry with us since we were kids. A brand value that we’ve always associated with good quality and the outdoors. Being people who cherish the outdoors more than anything (we only do this to be able to hop around the woods with our dogs in our spare time, really), Peak Performance is a good fit for Make it last. We want to be conscious adventurers, as Peak Performance calls it. We want style and functionality

So this season, we’ve teamed up with Peak Performance to pick our spring favorites. We’re especially fond of the Urban Collection, full of wearable yet stylish pieces that’ll keep you warm and dry in case the weather plays tricks on you.

Check out our selection below, modelled by Cecilia, photographed by Pauline Suzor and styled by me.


Frank JacketLull Pants.


Halle Liner Jacket.


Grace Striped JerseyMist Coat, vintage Levi’s. Best Friend TopLull PantsHalle Liner Jacket, Hermès scarf.


Desire parkaPatea ShirtAwa Twill Shorts


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