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Signe Hansen: Use Less

We love her style and her message. Signe Hansen is a 27-year-old sustainable fashion and lifestyle blogger/youtuber from the Southern Part of Denmark, where she has lived with her boyfriend for

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Nordic News – April 2017

This month has gone by FAST. Again, April has been a busy one. There’s been scandal between IKEA and Balenciaga, TID have reinvented their classic 001 watch, Björk released a STUNNING

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Everyday Sustainability: The Best Tips

In our post “Everyday Sustainability“, you got to know many of the changes you can make in your everyday life to be more sustainable.  Though it all may seem overwhelming at

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Everyday Sustainability

We need to act sustainably, now more than ever. So many everyday habitual actions over the generations have been depleting the earth’s natural resources, and contributing to pollution, either directly, or

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Copenhagen Sustainable Fashion Summit 2016

The Fashion industry is probably the most powerful industry in the world, however also second biggest pollutant of earth. Such state is asking for change. Fortunately, there are leaders who

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The first sustainable fabric source library in the Nordics

New fabrics with focus on repurposing, social responsibility and innovation have arrived at the Danish Fashion Institute. Users of the library and database can expect to explore unusual fabric sources

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Interview: Designer Nina Z on NYC’s Clog Craze

  When Swedish-born, Brooklyn-based clog designer Nina Z decided to introduce some of her home country’s fashion flavor to New York in 2008, she found herself alone in a sea of  city

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