Our favorite conscious knitted pieces right now.
Left: Knit made of 100 % lambswool from Maska, a brand that works a lot with organic wool and alpaca. Ring made of recycled gold, from Mumbaistockholm.
Right: Knits from Kings of Indigo. At least 90 % of the raw materials they use are sustainable and the use of water is reduced by at least 50 %. Also, all packaging is made of recycled materials.
Knit, made of organic wool from Lindex. Check out more of their sustianable choices here. Pants made from recycled clothing patches, from Rodebjer.
Left: Knit from House of Dagmar. Coat from Acne Studios, found at Tradera Trend and ring from Mumbaistockholm.
Right: Knits made of natural materials from Boomerang. Read more about their sustainability initiatives here. Pants, second hand and ring from Mumbaistockholm.
Photography Pauline Suzor
Styling Mikaela Hållén
Hair Joanna Rask
Makeup Sophia Eriksen
Model Miriam Nicole Zirignon
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