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This week, The Stockholm Act festival for sustainable development is taking place on various locations around Stockholm city. On Thursday and Friday, we at Make it last where invited by Electrolux to set up a pop-up fashion flea market at the Nordic Museum, with exclusive pieces sourced from our own and our stylist friends’ wardrobes. Since we normally do large-scale flea markets, it was so much fun to see that a small and curated one could turn out so well.
By our side, Electrolux hosted a Care & Repair event together with Houdini Sportswear, where visitors could have their garments washed, dried, steamed and mended. We did try out the steam program on their drying machine, and I tell you—it was ace!

A huge thanks to all of you who came to shop, swop or just talk to us. Now we’re so excited to share some pictures with you from the event!

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