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The Edit: Patchwork

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by Make it last on 14 October, 2015

Our best patchwork picks 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. This is The Make It Last Edits, where we bring you our favorite conscious styles right now. Our tenth theme is patchwork.

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Cropped trouser in a recycled leather patchwork fabric from Rodebjer. Turtleneck made of Proviscose from Gina Tricot’s “The good project”. Ring from Sophie By Sophie.

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Cropped trouser in a recycled leather patchwork fabric from Rodebjer. Turtleneck made of Proviscose from Gina Tricot’s “The good project”. Ring from Sophie By Sophie.

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Jacket from Levi’s. In 2015 Levi’s released it’s second life cycle assessment to better understand the environmental impact in the life of a pair of jeans. It resulted in actions by Levi’s like joining the Better Cotton Initiative and educating farmers on water efficiencies. Top from Acne Studios and 5-pocket jeans made of sustainable denim from Weekday.

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Skirt, second hand. Ribbed top from Acne Studios and necklace from Dogeared.

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Cropped trouser in a recycled workwear patchwork fabric from Rodebjer. Timeless t-shirt from Acne Studios.

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Knit from House of Dagmar made from 100 % certified organic Italian yarn. House of Dagmar also offers organic hand bags produced in Sweden and uses Lyocell for their range of basics.

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Jacket from Marimekko, a brand that works with sustainable materials such as organic cotton, lyocell and linen.

Photography Pauline Suzor
Styling Mikaela Hållén
Hair and makeup Sara Eriksson
Model Iris @Mikas


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