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Join the Make it last team for an evening dedicated to sustainable fashion at Gina Tricot.

Come hang out with us and Gina Tricot on Thursday (25 February) for an evening dedicated to sustainable fashion and denim. <3 There’ll be amazing food from Pom & Flora, tunes played by our lovely friend Filippa Berg–and Lisa Corneliusson and Emma Elwin will be on stage talking about the perks and challenges of sustainable fashion. Emma will also guide you to the perfect everyday wardrobe.
Also: as collecting clothes is an important part of Gina Tricot’s sustainability work, everyone who brings a pair of jeans will get a new pair for half their original price. The rest of the store’s collection will be 25% off.

Hope to see you Thursday!

Gina Tricot, Götgatan 30
6-8 pm
No need to rsvp, just drop by with a friend!

 


1 Comment

Sophie Grahn Lydig: Dear "Make it last", Your website and idea regarding sustainable fashion is really great, interesting and important in our time. People must get to the insight that fast fashion and mass consumption are not sustainable ways of living. I am myself studying sustainable fashion for the moment being and therefore, I got a bit concerned regarding why, a highly aware website like your's, kind of promote a fashion brand like Gina Tricot, who encourages mass consumption and shopping new arrivals every week. How can this be sustainable in your opinion? My aim is not to be rude, but I would very much appreciate your thoughts of this. (I firstly looked for another contact possibility with you, by e-mail or sim. but unfortunately without success. Hope this is ok anyway.) Thank you very much in advance and I will continue to follow your updates! They inspire! All the best, Sophie
April 13, 2016

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