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The Edit: Timeless Coats

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by Make it last on 19 September, 2016

Our favorite conscious autumn pieces right now.
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Left: Coat from Céline, found at vintage store Decades Inc in LA. Silk dress from Deitas and shoes from Céline, found at Vestiaire Collective – the online site for pre-owned luxury fashion.

Right: Coats from Beyond Retro, a brand that saves 600 000 garments from landfill every year to remake them into new pieces. Timeless trousers from Totême.

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Coat made of organic wool from Boomerang, a brand that also work with fabrics such as lyocell and recycled polyester on outer garments. Hand in old Boomerang clothes to the store and you’ll get 10 % off on your new garment and the old garment will be used again.

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Left: Front runner coat from Filippa K, made of recycled wool mixed with recycled polyester. Dress from Deitas.

Right: Classic long wrap-around coat from Totême.

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Left: coat from Céline.

Right: coat from Filippa K.

 

Photography Pauline Suzor
Styling Mikaela Hållén
Hair Sainabou Chune /Mikas looks
Makeup Veronica Lindqvist /Mikas looks
Model @Helinhonung


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