Curious to have a look inside the Make it last founders’ summer wardrobes, we asked them to share some of their favorite sustainable things. Lisa Corneliusson is up first, letting us in on her must-haves for the weeks to come.

Book: I’m reading an updated script of my sister’s coming book ‘Hej Vilt’, it’ll be available here in the fall. 

Sunscreen: I’ve recently started using an Eco Cosmetics sunscreen, I like it a lot. I blend it with my Estelle & Thild day cream.

Swimwear: A vintage (yes, you CAN do that) Chloé banana bikini.

Beach bag: Lauren Manoogian’s Crochet Bowl Bag. I’ve used it so much it’s become three shades darker, I need to hand wash it soon…

Beach towel: Oh, nothing fancy. Whatever’s available. I’m one of these people who always forgets to bring a towel to the gym, so I end up showering and then trying to dry by moving my body around like a crazy person. Haha.

Beauty product: Most days I skip the makeup during the summer months. But I love Björk & Berries’ Face Mist.

Sunglasses: Saint Laurent aviators, mostly. I wish I had these from Oscar Magnuson though!

Sandals: My Uniqlo flip flops, always.  

Dress: I invested in a Cecilie Bahnsen dress on this season’s sale. I barely dare to use it. It’s handcrafted and totally amazing. I used it for like an hour last week on Ibiza as it’s not compatible with a one-year-old child. But I’m looking forward to wearing it more.


Summer soundtrack: I always listen to my old colleague Jenny Seth’s Current Favorites on Spotify. You find it here


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