Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist


The Style Cycle

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by Emma Elwin on 10 November, 2014

I’m really exited about the Vestiaire Collective’s launch of StyleCycle. It’s a charity auction that gives you the opportunity to buy exclusive pieces from some of your favorite style icons, fashion insiders and celebrities whilst supporting sustainability in fashion. The proceeds of each sale will go to the celebrity’s chosen charity. Right now I can’t […]

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I’m really exited about the Vestiaire Collective’s launch of StyleCycle. It’s a charity auction that gives you the opportunity to buy exclusive pieces from some of your favorite style icons, fashion insiders and celebrities whilst supporting sustainability in fashion. The proceeds of each sale will go to the celebrity’s chosen charity. Right now I can’t stop looking at this Louis Vuitton clutch. You can find all the auctions here! 


1 Comment

Alexandra: Awesome event and cause! I love when fashion is able to support with events like these. Warm Regards, Alexandra www.littlewildheart.com
November 10, 2014

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