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Make it last asks Paulina Liffner three questions about her recent collaboration with Filippa K.

Last week Filippa K launched a collaboration with Little Liffner – three leather bags and a bonus: the collages above, created together with photographer Martin Wallin. Make it last asks Little Liffner founder and designer Paulina Liffner to tell us more about the collection.

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How did the collaboration between Little Liffner and Filippa K come about?

– The fashion scene in Sweden is quite small and intimate so we knew each other from before and had a mutual liking in each other’s work. We share a common ground when it comes to aesthetics and values so the whole process of collaborating has been very smooth and natural.

Could you describe the inspiration behind the collection?

– Nina Bogstedt and I talked about the Filippa K woman, her needs and what might be missing in her wardrobe in terms of bags. The woman herself is the main inspiration, but also the eternal pursuit to balance the classic and the contemporary.

How do you imagine the wearer of these bags?

– I think it is a woman who is confident in her style and comfortable in her skin. She has no need to show off labels and likes to wear her things many seasons by combining them in new and unexpected ways.


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