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Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist


Afghan women's tradition of weaving carpets in war times.

Our office neighbors at Eytys have decided to donate all income generated by the sales of the Peshawar shoe – a model inspired by Afghan women’s tradition of weaving carpets in war times; handicraft commenting the tragic times via embroidered motifs of guns, armored cars and helicopters – to Refugees Welcome Stockholm and UNHCR. They’re still available to buy here, go have a look!


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