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The Edit: Sunglasses

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by Make it last on 13 June, 2016

Our favorite sustainable sunglasses right now.

The Edits brings you Make it last’s favorite conscious styles right now. We are obsessed with sunglasses at the moment and we did some research to find a pair that are somehow more sustainable – here’s the result (and yes, we did not only find one pair, but four). Enjoy!

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Sunglasses from Kaibosh found on Tradera, the Swedish division of eBay. Necklace from Blue Billie, 20% of the profits go to ‘Because I am a Girl’ – PLAN Flicka. Bra, stylist own and ring from Maria Nilsdotter.

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Sunglasses from ECO – MODO, all the glasses in their collection are made of 95% recycled content or 63% biobased material and a tree is planted for every pair sold. Top from Giorgi Rostiashvili and brief made by organic cotton jersey from H&M.

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Sunglasses made of recycled skateboards and furniture (!) from Carl Oaks, they also plant a tree for every pair sold. Swimsuit from Stine Goya who use a lot of organic fabrics on tops and trousers. Earring, Olivias private and necklace from Blue Billie.

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Organic sunglasses from E&E. Swimsuit from Speedo, make sure to check out their swimwear collection with pieces made by recycled materials here. Jeans from Totême.

Photography Pauline Suzor
Styling Mikaela Hållén
Hair Elin Eriksson /Agent Bauer
Makeup Pari Damani /Hall&Lundgren
Model Olivia Bergman


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