Don’t Miss Make it Last’s Pop-Up Flea Market Later this Week!
Have you heard about The Stockholm Act festival that is taking place this week on various locations around Stockholm city? It’s so ambitious, with inspiring speakers and activities all week (check out the schedule here!).
I’m really excited about Make it last’s participation on Thursday and Friday (August 24-25). Electrolux has invited us to set up a mini flea market at The Nordic Museum with exclusive pieces sourced from our own and our stylist friends’ wardrobes, and I’ll be there giving you my best tips on how to build a timeless wardrobe.
By our side, Electrolux will be hosting a Care & Repair event, giving you the chance of having your most beloved garments washed, dried and steamed. On Friday, Houdini is setting up a repair and remake station alongside them to complete the experience.
Really hope to see you there!
Care & Repair & Fashion Flea Market by Electrolux, Houdini and Make it last
The Nordic Museum (Nordiska Museet),
Djurgårdsvägen 6-17, Stockholm
Thursday August 24 & Friday August 25
11 am – 5 pm
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