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When choosing accessories, we opt for quality and longevity, and brands that have a mindful approach to design and manufacturing. Sometimes this means biodegradable acetate, or metal-free leather, or producing small-scale in family owned factories, but it always means choosing things that will have a very long life, and preferably more than one. When not sourcing our fashion second hand on Vestiaire Collective or Ebay, we dream about great designs like these.

Above: Mademoiselle Dark Brown Lizard, Little Liffner. Venezia Creme Monogram Scarf, 100% silk, Totême.

Shop the Accessories

1. Mia Bio Black Sunglasses, bio-acetate, Ace & Tate. 2. Baguette Mini Sand, Little Liffner. 3. Libra Toffee Mule, By Far.

4. Classic Puffy Headband, silk, Sophie Buhai. 5. Paper Bowl Bag, Lauren Manoogian. 6. Åheden 55 Soil Brown, 100% biodegradable acetate, EoE Glasses/Reve En Vert.

7. Mini Toffee Bag, By Far. 8. Fiore Black Pumps, Atp Atelier. 9. Italian Leather Cross Body Bag, Aagé/Reve En Vert.


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