Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist

For a rainy day

Posted in Style
by Emma Elwin on 16 May, 2015


Jacket, Peak Performance.

Starting Make it last last year, we knew there were some brands who have questions of sustainability and issues concerning climate change closer to heart; ones that work with it on a more integrated level. One of them is Peak Performance. They’ve had a vision to work with nature instead of against it since they started some 30 years ago, even if they haven’t been very loud about the specific sustainability initiatives.

This jacket is my favorite jacket from their spring collection. It’s called Frank and despite looking great, it has great functionality, as it’s waterproof and has breathable qualities. It’s also lightweight and stuffed with small details like laminated pockets, stowaway hood and mesh ventilation in the back.

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