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Emma Elwin x Boob

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by Emma Elwin on 24 February, 2017

It has been such an amazing experience to get to draw these clothes and to create something that is sustainable and organic. I have loved every second of it! But most of all I have loved to design for the people I admire the most, mothers, to make something for us feels like an honor. I really hope you like the result and if you have any questions about the collection please let me know!

Today we are showing the collection that I made for Boob here in Stockholm. If you would like to see the collection up close before it is released online on 1 March you should come by! Here are all the details for the event.

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3 Comments

Sandra Olsson: Hur länge kommer kollektionen att finnas? Jag älskar byxorna, men är inte direkt gravid för tillfället (och det anas inte i någon horisont heller..).
February 28, 2017

Emma Elwin: Thank you, made me so happy to read!
February 27, 2017

Liselotte: I would at 49 with no children involved wear the black dress at the top:) That's pretty excellent design, Emma.
February 24, 2017

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