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Fall favorites with Dr Denim

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by Make it last on 14 October, 2016

Make it last teams up with Dr. Denim to present a selection of the brand's sustainable denim styles. 
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Dr. Denim aims to primarily use sustainable fibers by 2020, and asks for your help to reach the goal faster by only purchasing items tagged with Organic Cotton, Sustainable Fibres or Recycled Fibres labels. Read more about Dr. Denim’s sustainability initiatives here.

 

Photography Frida-My Sundqvist
Fashion Mikaela Hållén
Hair and makeup Maurine Tugavune
Models Elmer at Nisch Management and Cátia Fernandes


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