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8 favorite style moments

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by adakallgren on 24 November, 2016

Every week, Make it last turns to Instagram to gather our favourite conscious style moments.

This week, Alicia Keys, autumn-shaded vintage coats and sustainable chunky knits make out the highlights of our Instagram style selection.

Top row:

Sunday Times Style Editor @pandorasykes tunes into Autumn in her 5-year-old favourite eBay find, a 70s sheepskin jacket, styled with a similarly vintage-vibe leopard skirt and croc bag.

@aliciakeys goes make-up free for fashion once again, this time on the cover of ELLE UK’s Feminism Issue where she talks exclusively about her take on women’s rights.

Model, LGBTQ activist and #beyoubetrue advocate @elliottsailors taps a new cause dressed in a Vivienne Westwood Anglomania ‘We Are Not Disposable’ top.

Fashion writer @nikejane clearly shares our Vestiaire obsession – here in a bold second hand Miu Miu jacket dressed down with black skinnies and a matching top.

Bottom row:

Designer/Make it last muse @mariavannguyen stays true to her minimal mannish signature style in pinstripe trousers, an oversized Zady knit and the perfect trans-seasonal loafers from her own ethical shoe label @essenthelabel.

Photographer Josefine Seifert snaps the perfect chunky knit by @organicbyjohnpatrick.

Make-Up Artist @elinlaine filled her organic-heavy kit with products from @naturligtvisskincare and @trueorganicofsweden and took off to New York to work some natural magic on the gorgeous @jonellethealert.

Another perfect knit sweater on top of our wish list, by Ohlin/D.


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