Here's five sustainable looks we'd like to wear for early summer nights!
Shirt and pants from Stella McCartney. Rings from All Blues, every piece is handcrafted in a local, third-generation foundry using recycled silver and gold. Shoes from ATP Atelier, made in Italy by local craftsmen who use vegetable tanned leathers.
Top made from 100 % super fine wool, from Maska, a brand that always take ethical and environmental concerns into consideration when producing their garments and purchasing materials. Pants from Filippa K. Belt from second hand and shoes from Tiger.
Blazer and pants from Filippa K, find more of their sustainable pieces here. Earrings found at Make it Last flea market and shoes from Tiger.
Photography Pauline Suzor
Styling Mikaela Hållén
Hair and makeup Oscar Svensson /Mikas Looks
Model Johanna Ljunggren @detoxlife
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