Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist


Classic sweater

Posted in Style
by Emma Elwin on 30 October, 2015

Cashmere and wool

Sweater, Lisa Yang. Trousers, Stella McCartney.
I am spending this grey Friday in a cozy crew neck cashmere and my favorite black wool slacks.


Walking on clouds

The other day Lisa, Columbine, Nike, myself and a bunch of others were trying out Scholl’s recyclable insoles, GelActiv. A smart product for the ones of us who run around in not so ergonomic shoes all days. Read about them and see all the images from our night out here.

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This post is presented in collaboration with Scholl.


Une green

Posted in Beauty
by Emma Elwin on 29 October, 2015

Emma Elwins favorite mascara is made by 100% procent natural ingrediens and last all day without crumbling.

I rarely use mascara but when I do I love this one from Une. It is made of 100% procent natural ingrediens and last all day without crumbling.


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