I LOVE shopping! There, I said it. I know it is not a sustainable thing to love. The whole concept of buying material things, which are mostly unnecessary, is not sustainable. But I love that feeling of finding something special that just fits perfectly into my wardrobe. During the last couple of years, I have made a few rules for myself that I follow before and during my shopping ‘sprees’ to make my buying habits just a bit more sustainable. Continue Reading
One of my favourite designers of all time, Bruno Pieters (known for his brand Honest By, which has a fully transparent supply chain), have recently launched a new innovative collection in collaboration with Spanish design collective ‘Commes Des Machines’ called EP01. Continue Reading
Whenever I’m in a style-rut I turn to pinterest. The constant flow of inspiration always helps me find new ways to combine what’s already in my wardrobe. With summer approaching, but not quite here yet, I find it difficult to dress in a way that’s not too warm or too cold. Continue Reading
A couple of weeks ago, I read this article on I:D magazine and it really made me think. According to the article, leather is no longer a by-product of the meat industry, instead meat is a by-product of the leather industry?!
I grew up on a farm, in a meat-loving-family, and I’ve never thought of leather as something bad. Instead I’ve always thought of leather as a beautiful, long-lasting high-quality material and judged my shoes and bags by the quality of the leather they were made from. Continue Reading
The calendar says summer’s here. Even though the temperatures in Denmark disagree and it feels more like autumn than summer, I thought I’d show you what I want to live in as soon as the weather allows it. I prefer to keep the colors in my closet to a minimum. Throughout the year my outfits will consist of basic black items mixed with a variety of grey, white and green. Continue Reading