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by Make it last on 18 April, 2018

Make it last’s co-founder Emma Elwin had the pleasure of styling the new H&M Conscious Exclusive collection presentation in Stockholm yesterday. By combining the latest in sustainable fabric innovation with designs inspired by the creative home of Swedish artists Karin and Carl Larsson, the 2018 H&M Conscious Exclusive collection aims to be a thoroughly modern expression of beautiful craft and powerful femininity. For the first time, recycled silver and ECONYL®, a 100% regenerated nylon fibre from fishnets and other nylon waste, is introduced to the collection. Launching on 19 April, the collection will be available in selected stores worldwide and online at hm.com.

Frida is wearing a lyocell shirt dress. Caroline is wearing a recycled polyester dress. 

Vera is wearing a suit and shoes made of recycled polyester, a shirt made of organic cotton and a top in silk and lyocell. Gunnhild is wearing a dress made of organic silk. 

Anna is wearing a shirt made of Lyocell and silk and trousers made of recycled polyester, polyamide and metallised fibre. Martine is wearing a dress made of Econyl and a shirt made of organic cotton. 


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