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Emma Elwin

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The future

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by Emma Elwin on 11 February, 2016

Emma Elwin is think about the future and the responsibility we have to our planet.

This morning I found this old picture of my grandmother Antonia, she was born in Switzerland and came to Stockholm to study art. I think I have her to thank for my urge to be creative. She died when I was one year old so I never had the chans to truly know her, still in some weird way It feels like I did. I don’t know if it is the pregnancy but lately I have been think a lot about my families past and the future. I feel more that ever the responsibility we have to our children and the planet. What we will leave to the generations to come. Yesterday me and Lisa had the great honor to attend the H&M Conscious Foundation award. I have so many thoughts and feeling about what was said that I am going to share with you later on today!


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