The Make It Last Edits presents the best of conscious contemporary style.
The Make it last Edits brings you our favorite conscious styles right now. Our sixteenth theme is DIY. Enjoy!
Loving your turtleneck but need a new way of wearing it? Well, do like us and cut one of the arms off – brilliant no?! This turtleneck is from Gina Tricot and is made of viscose, we used it in our patchwork editorial last year.
With inspiration from Vetements cut off jeans, we decided to try it out in a slightly more inexpensive way.. Remember these jeans from our knit editorial with Patricia? Here they are again, perfectly matched with hand made boots from ATP Atelier.
Earrings are always the perfect accessory if you want to feel a little bit more dressed up. Skip one and wear a single earring, and BAM – you have a new look! This earring is found at a vintage store.
The shirt – well don’t we all have one? Turn it around and show some back. Isabella is wearing her private earrings.
Photography Pauline Suzor
Styling Mikaela Hållén
Model Isabella Link
The Edit: Not So Basic
Stylist Mikaela Hållén shows off some sustainable spring basics and makes them look super extra.
Brand to Watch: De Smet
De Smet offers easy and accessible everyday clothing made by hand in New York City.
A Conversation About Sustainability and Entrepreneurship With BreeLayne Carter
L.A. based designer and environmentalist BreeLayne Carter talks to us about sustainable fashion and female entrepreneurship.
The Edit: Spring Essentials
Photographer Nina Holma and stylist Meja Taserud have (quite literally) patched together some timeless essentials in a new spring Edit.