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The Edit: Summer Dresses

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by Make it last on 20 May, 2015

Premiering today is The Make It Last Edits, where we bring you our favorite conscious styles right now.

What excites us the most? Conscious contemporary style! Modern and easy looks that are somehow more sustainable – being timeless, sustainably produced, vintage or in some other way a better choice.

Premiering today is The Make It Last Edits, where we bring you our favorite conscious styles right now. The first theme is dresses. Enjoy!

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Left: Dress made by a designer who constantly explores and develops her brand, a longstanding advocate for sustainable fashion – yes we’re talking about Stella McCartney. Sunglasses Acne Studios, sandals Filippa K.

Right: Dress handmade in Sweden in one of our most precious natural materials: silk. Designer Jennifer Blom started her namesake brand in 2010 and specializes in exclusive fabrics such as satin and chiffon silks. Necklace, Maria Nilsdotter.

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Right: Dress made of the environmentally friendly material Tencel, from House of Dagmar, a brand that also is a proud user of ecological yarn. Necklace, Maria Nilsdotter.

Left: Dress that stands the test of time – it’s effortless and you can keep it forever. It’s from Filippa K, a brand that recently launched three new sustainability initiatives: Lease, Collect and Front Runners. Necklace, Sophie by Sophie.

Photography Pauline Suzor
Styling Mikaela Hållén
Hair and makeup Louise Linder / Mikas Looks
Model Magda / Nisch Management


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