Piece by piece, we're building a long lasting wardrobe of mindfully made garments that combine the best of ethics and aesthetics. For Make it last, photographer Nina Holma and stylist Meja Taserud have (quite literally) patched together some of these timeless essentials in a new spring Edit.
Photographer Nina Holma/Agent Bauer @ninaholma
Stylist Meja Taserud @mejataserud
Makeup Pari Damani/Agent Bauer @paridamani
Hair Stylist Angelica Beckman/MikasLooks @angelica.beckman
Model Johanna Pettersson/Le Managment @johannisaurus_rex @lemanagement
Photography Assistant Christofer Zagal
Retouch Joakim Rissveds/Adamsky Division
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