Via • We are so Droee
Publication: Narcisse Magazine #1 Fall/Winter 2013-2014
Model: Carola Remer
Photographer: Benjamin Vnuk
Make-up: Fredrik Stambro
Hair: Erika Svedjevik
These are my three favorite looks, click here for the full collection.
photos • Acne
Eyewear: WOW, Presentation: WOW, Wannahave factor: WOW! These sunnies for SS15 by Acne Studios are bananas!
Congratulations to Marques’Almeida and Jacquemus with their prizes at the LVMH awards. Marques’Almeida came in first, winning €300,000(!!!!), and Jacquemus came in second, but shouldn’t cry about it, because he still won €150,000! And I’m sorry, but this is the most impressive jury ever seen! I would faint if I had to present myself in front of these legends. Great initiative and well deserved. Excited to see their new collections. It must give them a big boost!
photos • Celine
WANT WANT WANT these looks. Kind of corky, a bit dorky and fun. And oh so chic. I love it.
photos • Style.com
These are our favorite looks of the AMAZING resort collection of Louis Vuitton. Nicolas Guesquiere is a genius.
Rejina Pyo • Fall 2015 Look book
Photographer: Theresa Marx
Model: Sofia at Supa
Hair/Make-up: Libby James
‘Commune’ by Mikael Jansson • Interview Magazine January 2015
Stylist • Karl Templer, Makeup • Mark Carrasquillo, Hair • Tomo Jidai
Models • Caroline Trentini, Constance Jablonski, Daria Strokous, Julia Nobis, & Lina Berg
photo 1 • The row
photo 2 • ACNE STUDIOS
photo 3 • Unknown
photo 4 • Hannah Noble by Aj Numan – Wonderland Magazine
Hannah Noble by Aj Numan – Wonderland Magazine
Film • Filippa K
As some of you might know I work for the Swedish brand Filippa K. For years we’ve been working on sustainability and this is one of the core visions of this company. And now, at last, we talk about it. Because Filippa K is making huge steps in realizing fashion for a better world. And I am truly so proud to be a part of it. As our CEO and Sustainability manager describe in this short film, Filippa K wants to stay relevant and beautiful. “We believe it needs to be personal, simple and long lasting. That’s why our business idea is to offer long lasting fashion based on our core values; style, simplicity and quality”. This is a phrase we use daily in our day to day work. Almost like a religion.
I want to share this because I want to share and show that fashion can be sustainable “and fashion” at the same time. There are so many options to choose for something better. Last month we launched the “front runners”. Three styles that are, in material as well as in design, 100% sustainable. A jersey shirt, top and dress made of 100% renewable and natural Tencel fibres. Read more about these items here: Filippa K Front Runners
Now that is already amazing. Try this: Filippa K started a Lease program. “A way to sustainable consumption” it’s called. For special occasions such as parties, dinners, job interviews, we want to feel and look extra special, so we often buy a garment that will serve most of it’s life time as a wardrobe warmer, taking space from the everyday pieces that you really use. Renting an outfit for that occasion, instead of buying, could be a way of keeping your wardrobe updated and filled with things you really need and use. At the same time you save both money and the world’s limited resources. Every season Filippa K expands the leasing wardrobe by selecting new wardrobe favourites available for rental. You will find these pieces in Swedish stores offering leasing and they will be available for 20% of retail price for 4 days lease. This is an alternative way of looking great while creating a minimal footprint. This will come to the Netherlands hopefully this year as well. So smart!
You think that’s it? NO WAY! Filippa K will start “collect’. That means you’ll be able to bring your old Filippa K garment you want to say goodbye to, back to the store and will receive a 15% discount voucher for your next purchase! The collected garments will the either be sold in our own second hand stores or be given to a selected collaborating charity organisation.
So once again, I’m so proud and let’s try to focus more on this all around the world. Of course, I am not going to lie to you, I love to consume as well, and I love all the top brands, but I try to make more sustainable decisions. I buy a lot of second hand/vintage and go for long lasting design, even if that is a blue velvet Prada coat (I wish!) Haha! And I always try to sell my old garments second hand or give them to charity. And that’s not a big effort.
If you want to read more about this and Filippa K, and of course to see the collection, click here.