Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist

I've styled my favorites from Gina Tricot's new collection of sustainable garments

Today I can finally show you the collaboration between Make it last and myself and Gina Tricot, showcasing Gina Tricot’s new collection of sustainable garments that I’ve styled my favorites of. The collection is really wearable and includes garments that I think will last over time, in materials like Tencel and organic cotton. The design has really managed to win my heart.

You can read more about the campaign here.

And we’ve put together a few videos where I talk about the collection and my passion for sustainable fashion. Have a look:

The campaign! 
Me talking about the future of fashion.
Me talking about a sustainable wardrobe.
Me talking about why I care about sustainability.

Make it last in collaboration with Gina Tricot.


Emma Elwin: Nagellacket är från Kure Bazaar och heter Rose Milk :)
April 13, 2015

Matilda: Ja, äntligen!
April 10, 2015

Ramona: Så härlig engelsk accent! Befriande också att du får prata om att inte köpa nya grejer som en del av kampanjen. Heja!
April 9, 2015

Angelica: Älskar din brittiska! Undrar också vart nagellacket du har på dig här är från? Perfekta färgen ju!
April 9, 2015

Sandra: Mycket fint! Skrev ner min spontana tankar: http://sandranicole.se/emma-elwin-for-gina-tricot-scandinavian-it-girls/
April 9, 2015

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