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Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist

Without feeling overwhelmed

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by Emma Elwin on 19 February, 2016

Last over time

As you might already know, Make it last have teamed up with Gina Tricot to chat about ways of approaching sustainable aspects of fashion without feeling daunted. Myself and Lisa where invited to discuss a new take on sustainable fashion and how you can to change your shopping patterns and build a wardrobe that will last over time.

Read more about the good project by Gina Tricot here!

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