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. This week we show you our favorite night pieces and how to wear them at daytime, or for a night out. Enjoy!
Left: T-shirt and dress from Organic by John Patrick – a brand that prioritize organic materials, fair labor practices, and ecological awareness. Sneakers from Eytys.
Right: Top and skirt from Ida Klamborn, a designer who truly sees feminism as something sustainable. You can see it in the way she works – clothes that are created to fit the female body, and by the choices she makes, such as the choice of models and how they are portrayed. Just look at the casting for her latest fashion shows here – we love this!
Left: Dress and bracelet from BACK. Ann-Sofie Back has stopped using leather in her collections since 2015.
Right: Bra made of certified organic pima cotton, from Skin. Kimono from Filippa K and pants from Stella McCartney. Necklaces, stylist own.
Left: Dress from second hand store Beyond Retro. Necklaces, stylist own.
Right: T-shirt by recycled ocean plastic, from G-star Raw for the Oceans. Girls Together bracelet from NLY Together (all money for each sold bracelet goes to UNHCR). Dress, seen as skirt, from Baum und Pferdgarten.
Photography Pauline Suzor
Styling Mikaela Hållén
Hair and makeup Louise Linder
Model Fatima Osman
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