Our favorite conscious pieces right now.
Left: top from Wolford, a brand that have a eco-friendly production and in 2018 they will release a collection made of biodegradable materials – stay tuned. Pant from By Malene Birger, found over at Tradera Trend. Earrings, Noras own.
Right: dress, shirt and shorts from Gant, a brand that focus on timeless pieces that lasts through generations.
Earring made of wood and an old striped shirt. Turtleneck from Wolford.
Left: suit from Gant and shirt made from tencel from Filippa K.
Right: shirt from Beyond Retro. Vintage jeans from Levi’s and sneakers from Adidas.
Photography Pauline Suzor
Styling Mikaela Hållén
Hair and makeup Annie Ankervik /Mikas looks
Model Nora Fazel
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