For the second time, Make it last teamed up with Tradera to curate a collection of exclusive pre-owned pieces. The looks where displayed at an intimate press breakfast during Stockholm Fashion Week.

Last Thursday, Tradera invited the Swedish fashion press to an intimate breakfast seminar at restaurant B.A.R. in Stockholm. The Make it last team joined them to display the new Tradera Trend collection and talk about second hand fashion, Fall trends and conscious consuming—a perfect break from the busy fashion week schedule.

See all images from the event here!

Trending: Spaced out silver and denim.

Our interpretation of the slouchy corduroy and all red trends seen on Fall runways.

Anna-Carin Gripwall from Avfall Sverige talking to Dr Bahareh Zamani.

Make it last’s Lisa Corneliusson with model Vera Edwall.

Lisa Corneliusson and Columbine Smille. 

Put a belt on it!

Stylists Columbine Smille and Mikaela Hållén joined us for breakfast.

First pic: Dr Bahareh Zamani with model Vera Edwall and Lisa Corneliusson. 

Second pic: Lisa and Vera with Make it last’s Emma Elwin. 

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