A bittersweet early-Hole Courtney Love.

In light of the upcoming Valentine’s Day we have browsed through the brands’ and retailers’ selection of love purchases and we did find some potential in John Patrick Organic’s Valentine’s Day edit – a raw and wrinkled pink-shaded selection of staple dresses and sweaters. In true spirit of the innovation-led JP, the pieces are made with cupro, a biodegradable and Oeko-Tex certified cotton fabric that is washable in cold water. We love the dresses especially which reminds us of a bittersweet early-Hole Courtney Love. Here. /Ada Källgren

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