Must see H&M Conscious Exclusive – Look book


H&M has designed a new Conscious Exclusive collection in collaboration with the sustainability think tank Ever Manifesto. Ever Manifesto is a sustainability think tank and publication, founded in 2009 by Alexia Niedzielski, Charlotte Casiraghi & Elizabeth von Guttman.

Enjoy romantic whites, cloudy blues, a mix of metallic and rich prints, see the preview here!

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The Swedish fashion label Cheap Monday is more than a one trick pony when they go beyond their comfy denim trousers by offering affordable and unbelievable stylish shoes. The Cheap Monday philosophy has always been to offer customers pieces that compete with fashionable high-end brands. And with these point ballerinas you’ll be sure to stand out this spring.

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Caroline Kummelstedt, designer talent launches collection for SS14

Caroline Kummelstedt is a Milan-based high-end women’s wear fashion label created by Swedish fashion designer with the same name. The young and promising designer debuted with a menswear brand, WearAID, in 2009, followed by winning The Anders Wall Scholarship as “Sweden’s Young Entrepreneur of the Year” for her accomplishments with the label in 2010. She has since written a book on the subject of young entrepreneurship and by 2012 she founded her own label, Caroline Kummelstedt alongside completing a fashion design undergraduate program at world famous and prestigious leading Italian-origin fashion and design institute Istituto Marangoni.

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House of Dagmar presents Nordic trends for Spring Summer 2014

House of Dagmar is a Swedish fashion company. Since the label Dagmar was launched in the Spring of 2005, it’s unconventional and sophisticated style has been widely recognised by the fashion industry as well as the press worldwide. The company is run jointly by three sisters, all with background within Swedish and international fashion industry.

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Stylish rainboots and waterproof shoes by Julia Lundsten for Nokian

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Talented shoe designer Julia Lundsten, known from her own brand FINSK, has recently launched a collaboration with leading wellington boot company from Finland, Nokian. Go Scandinavian’s editor Bianca Wessel met up with Julia Lundsten in Bloomsbury, London, for coffee and a chat about shoe design, rubber as a material and how she transformed Nokian hardwearing long-lasting wellingtons into original fashion staples. -read the full interview HERE!

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Dear Santa. All I wish for Christmas is a…

understated effortlessly chic double layered turtle neck in luxurious 100% wool by Norwegian designer With&Wessel

this soft cushion, Picasso inspired, in beautiful alpaca wool in gorgeous colours by LuckyBoySunday

a pair of leather ankle boots with a clean leather finish, curved heel and almond toe, the Pistol boots by Acne

a pair of comfy track bottoms in merino wool that are stylish enough to wear outside the house, by Dagmar

a Moroccan tray for our living room, antique or new, like this from Tine K. Home
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and three magical nuts, please…

Acne to recall all angora products after Animal Welfare Scandal

The agony of the rabbits plucked alive for your fluffy jumpers has been spread all over the news and online, with everyone condemning the animal cruelty taking place on rabbit farms in China. It’s also been revealed that all angora pieces from the new Acne collection is indeed from China. As a consequence, the Swedish designer brand are recalling all products, and will take all pieces containing angora off the market with immediate effect. Until Acne has a certainty their products are produced with consideration to animal welfare, the products will be kept off the market, says Jesper Kling from Acne.
Personally I haven’t been able to look at the videos giving us an insight into the Chinese angora rabbit industry. I simply don’t have the stomach for it, and can only imagine the horrific torture these animals must go through. By commending all factories that do not consider the animals welfare, this must stop!

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