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Emma Elwin

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I’m holding out

Posted in Style
by Emma Elwin on 28 June, 2015

Time is really flying and I can't believe this weekend has gone so fast.

Time is really flying and I can’t believe this weekend has gone so fast. I have been working most of the weekend and in a minute I’m leaving for a shoot with Tradera. Friday we where shooting a editorial for Styleby that I can not wait to show you! Until the #36 issue is out in stores we will have to settle with this picture of all the beautiful shoes.


Casual Friday

Posted in Style
by Emma Elwin on 26 June, 2015

Linen t-shirt

T-shirt, H&M. Skirt, Rika. Sandals, Vagabond. 

Today we are in the studio shooting one of the Autumn editorials for Styleby today. Feels great to be back in the studio!

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Life in a box

Posted in Life
by Emma Elwin on 24 June, 2015

So I finally booked everything for summer.

So I finally booked everything for summer. I will start with a trip to the Gagnef festival, continue to a French castle for a week of Yoga and finish with a weeks surfing in Norway. What are you guys up to this summer?


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