Sustainable fashion, slow fashion, fast fashion, a capsule wardrobe, subscription-based models, value chain, transparency, trans-seasonal, timeless, GOTS-ceritified, organic, oeko-tex 100/1000… Do you know what it all means? We hardly know all the definitions, so we decided to make a DICTIONARY. So every second week or so, we will try to post a definition of a new word or concept. As the headline already revealed, the first concept we will define is sustainable fashion and slow fashion. But in order to explain what sustainable fashion is about, let me just explain
You know the feeling when you have found a cool vintage or second hand piece, but then you come home and try it out in various ways, but somehow it only makes you look like your grandma! So if you want to embed and integrate it in your Scandinavian minimal wardrobe and update your style to 2017, then here’s a few simple tips and tricks I have. (I will promise you some styling pictures of my own vintage and actual grandma’s clothes!) Add a hoodie or sweater Style it
As you all may have noticed, the theme and some minor details have changed, but that’s not the only thing that have changed… During the last couple of months, the owner of the blog went from 1 to 3, where I, Stine will be the main editor and the two other editors will be Nathalie and Dorte. Katrine Damgaard, the previous owner, will still be with us, but will be our monthly guest blogger with various insights, tips and inspirations. The team I have gathered is all interested in sustainable fashion, but from very different angles.