Sofia Sanchez Barrenechea

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by Lisa Corneliusson on 15 October, 2014

Hi friends. Today’s How they make it last interview here on Make it last is with @chufy – the style genius Sofia Sanchez Barrenechea. She and her sisters run UnderOurSky.com, an online shop that was launched to draw attention to Argentine designers and now sources the world for products crafted by talented non-mass designers.  Sofia is also […]

Hi friends. Today’s How they make it last interview here on Make it last is with @chufy – the style genius Sofia Sanchez Barrenechea. She and her sisters run UnderOurSky.com, an online shop that was launched to draw attention to Argentine designers and now sources the world for products crafted by talented non-mass designers.  Sofia is also an art director and has worked with everyone from Chloé to Vogue China. Read her inteview here.

By the way, I love those 501’s she’s wearing in this picture. I’ve read somewhere that Levi’s is putting focus on the 501 again, releasing new styles with slight appropriations. Let’s credit Elin for that!

Photo Tommy Ton for Style.com


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