Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist


THE NOVEMBER LIST

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by Emma Elwin on 31 October, 2013

Rock, Topshop. Strumpor, Monki. T-shirt, LPD New York. Bh, Monki. Jeansjacka, Rag & bone. Parfymen “Almond Coconut”, Laura Mercier. Polotröja, The row. Skor, Topshop. Väska, Proenza Schouler. Byxor, The row. Skärp, Saddler. Örhängen, Sophie Bille Brahe.  

November

Rock, Topshop. Strumpor, Monki. T-shirt, LPD New York. Bh, Monki. Jeansjacka, Rag & bone. Parfymen “Almond Coconut”, Laura Mercier. Polotröja, The row. Skor, Topshop. Väska, Proenza Schouler. Byxor, The row. Skärp, Saddler. Örhängen, Sophie Bille Brahe.

 


PICK OF THE DAY

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by Emma Elwin on 30 October, 2013

Skärp, Dries van Noten.  

dries

Skärp, Dries van Noten.

 


DOTTI

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En bild jag tog på snyggingen Josefin på en plåtning i våras. Måste hitta en vit kavaj, saknar den jag sålde för ett år sen!

josefin

En bild jag tog på snyggingen Josefin på en plåtning i våras. Måste hitta en vit kavaj, saknar den jag sålde för ett år sen!


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