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A brand worth watching

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by adakallgren on 12 August, 2015

Combining neo-minimalist designs, dreamy campaigns and environmentally conscious and cruelty-free manufacturing, the brand wants to "be about finding a second skin”.

On our minds is Öhlin/D, a young New York-based brand we happily discovered through LN-CC. Combining neo-minimalist designs, dreamy campaigns and environmentally conscious and cruelty-free manufacturing, the brand means they are “less about identifying trends, and more about finding a second skin”. From their Latin American-influenced body-covering laces to their uncomplex way of communicating their sustainability credentials, Öhlin/D is a brand worthy of watching. More here and here


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