Tid kvar —

Högsta bud —

Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist


Fabric made out of textile spillage

Posted in Style
by Emma Elwin on 11 March, 2016

Thinking about buying a new sofa? Read this before you do!

Thinking about buying a new soffa? Read this before you do! Bemz is broadening the collection Bemz Respect, a collection in which sustainable materials and care for nature are in focus. For you who do not know what Bemz is here is a short explanation: their business idea is to extend the life of IKEA furnitures such as sofas and armchairs. The fabrics for the respect collection are manufactured entirely without water or additives to color. How? They use spillage from the fashion industry recovered to a high quality textiles. So if you want to give your sofa a face lift check out the Respect collection here.


1 Comment

Marion Büter: Good idea, very inspiring, thanx
June 12, 2016

Related reading

Style — 21 November, 2017

Babba Canales: “We as consumers have an active choice in what we support”

We’ve asked some of our favorite people to answer 10 questions about style and sustainability. This time we pick the brain of brand marketing professional Babba Canales.

Style — 17 November, 2017

Invite - The Impact of Organic Cotton

How can we make greener, longer lasting choices – and redefine what the luxury of fashion is? Why should we care, what can we do, and where does cotton fit into this?

Style — 17 November, 2017

Clothing Made Right

Sukkha Citta is a slow fashion brand with a mission to drive change for inclusive growth within the craft industry in Indonesia.

Style — 16 November, 2017

THE EDITS: Vintage Trousers

Stylist Mikaela Hållén shows off 5 stand-out designer trousers, all found at Vestiaire Collective.