Make it last sums up the most important news of the past week.

Make it last sums up the most important news of the past week.

The aspiration of making sustainability cool
The South African department store Woolworth has teamed up with Pharrell Williams that will be style director in the projects that focuses on making sustainability cool. Here.

Jarlo signed by Fusion
Modeling couple Jarlos (John Tuite and Carlos Santolalla) is now signed by modeling agency Fusion and they’ve already landed a DKNY campaign. The gay couple say they are writing history. Here.

Architectural 3D-printed footwear
United Nude are known for their innovative shoes. They are now taking it further with 3D printing technology to challenge the traditional shoe. Here.

Pharrell Williams and the plastic age
G-STAR’s “Raw for the ocean” collection makes clothes out of plastic garbage. Watch a new video starring Pharell Williams. Here.

The exclusion in the fashion apparel
Marie Claire columnist Nicolette Mason talks about the plus size retail industry and the change that has to come. Here.

Words by Hanna Karlsson


1 Comment

Johanna: I have a question regarding the "Raw for the ocean"-collection that I hope you can help me solve. I'm curious about what happens when one washes the items? Since they're made of plastic, isn't particals of the plastic released into the washwater, which then goes back to the ocean and polutes even more? Doesn't these garnments have the same effect as fleece, I mean?
April 20, 2015

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