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Make it last asks the top designers showcasing their fall 2017 collections at Stockholm Fashion Week about their favorite looks – from a sustainability perspective.

Elin Alemdar, founder and chief of design at Stylein, showcased the brand’s fall 2017 collection in Stockholm earlier this week. When asked about her favorite piece from a sustainability perspective, she chooses to highlight the Stylein Classics, a carry-over concept focusing on classic design that lasts over time. For the show, Stylein Classics were mixed into the rest of the collection. In the look pictured here, the trousers are Classics.

Elin Alemdar:

“Stylein Classics is a concept where our most appreciated designs are given eternal life in a separate collection. We try to encourage our customers to be aware of how they shop and inspire them to invest in great quality and timeless design, for a long lasting life that will survive over seasonal trends.”

Credits: Photo Mathias Nordgren, stylist Linn Hägglund
See all the looks from the show here.


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