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The Edit: Denim

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by Make it last on 25 January, 2016

Our favorite denim pieces right now.

The Make it last Edits brings you our favorite conscious styles right now. Our fifthteenth theme is denim. Enjoy!

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Left: Reworked vintage jeans from Vetements. Each pair of Vetements jeans is made from two second hand pairs, which are cut along the seams and stitched together according to Vetements’s proprietary pattern. Tshirt from H&M Conscious and the necklace is Chanelles own, from Michael Kors.

Right: Vintage dress from our all time favorite designer – Stella McCartney. Jacket from Marques’Almeida, found at Vestiaire – the ultimate online shop for pre-owned luxury clothes and accessories.

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Left: Shirt made of 100 % organic cotton, from Nudie Jeans. Both jackets are from Levi’s.

Right: Vintage jeans from Levi’s found at second hand store Beyond Retro. Shirt with long sleeves from Anna Quan and jacket from Levi’s.

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Left: Jacket from Levi’s. By 2020, Levi’s aims to make 80 percent of its products using Water<Less™ techniques, up from nearly 25 percent today.

Right: Jeans from Filippa K who, because of their large commitment to sustainability, won this year’s H&M and ELLE conscious award at ELLE Galan. Lease the jeans hereShirt from Hope.

Photography Pauline Suzor
Styling Mikaela Hållén
Hair and makeup Louise Linder
Model Chanelle Coleman Törnqvist


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