“By The Sea” Sustainable Editorial By Johannes Fri Helje

Credits:

Photographer: Johannes Fri Helje

Stylist: Sandra Ekenstam

Hair & make up: Steffanie Mery

Stylist assistants: Amanda Olofsson & Nikolina Höljö

Model: Michelle H @ Stockholmsgruppen

Look 1:
Leather piece and hat, Amanda Borgfors Mészàros. Vegetable tanned leather from left over materials from Swedish Tärnsjö Garveri.
Trousers, Amanda Borgfors Mészàros. Made out of remake vintage and second hand garments. Amanda works with methods like zero waste.

Look 2:
Leather vest, Johannes Adele. Made from recycled leather.
Fringe top, Ida Klamborn. Ida handpicks environmentally friendly material. Production in Lithuania.
Puffy flower dress worn as a top, For Love and Lemons.
Belt, Hope. Leftover fabrics are used in later collections to create new pieces. Trousers, Jon Allensten. Made from left over fabrics.
Pointy shoes, vintage
Earring, IA Bon. Sustainable swimwear brand that also makes jewelry out of natural stones and shells.

Look 3:
Coat, trousers and turtleneck, Uniqlo. Distributes used items to people in need. Unwearable items are recycled into refuse paper and plastic fuel.
Shirt, Adnym Atelier. Gender neutral products and timeless design made out of quality materials with inspiration from the forest.
Gloves, Handsome Stockholm. By manufacturing in Europe Handsome ensures sustainability throughout the supply chain. The gloves are free from harmful substances and they also work with minimizing transportations.
Boots, Flattered. Chrome-free tanned lining and all shoe boxes are made from recycled paper and the shoe bag is made of certified organic cotton.
Earrings, IA Bon. Jewelry made with safe materials and natural stones and shells.

Look 4:
Vest, Jon Allensten. Made out of leftover fabrics from Dior.
Blouse, Viktoria Chan. Advocating slow fashion, each of every Viktoria Chan designs allows to be worn both day- and night.
Skirt, Uniqlo x JW Anderson. Uniqlo distributes used items to people in need. Unwearable items are recycled into refuse paper and plastic fuel.
Earrings, Ebon Li. Handmade sustainable jewelry brand. Lasting materials such as solid silver and oxidized silver, gold, brass, chains and natural stones are used in there collections.

Look 5:
Fur coat, House of Dagmar. The fur has been produced with minimal damage to both the animal and the environment. The animal is shaved, and the fur is sewn onto a cotton weave to create the fabric.
Suit, A Part of the Art. Slow fashion brand made to be worn season less.
Bag, House of Dagmar. Made of eco friendly fur and organic cotton.
High heeled flip-flops, Flattered. Chrome-free tanned lining and all shoe boxes are made from recycled paper and the shoe bag is made of certified organic cotton.
Necklace, IA Bon. Jewelry made with safe materials and natural stones and shells.

Look 6:
Leather shirt, Hugo Boss. Hugo Boss only use leather as a by-product of the food industry, and all items are under strict chemicals management for a better environment.
Skirt, Lamija. Creates handmade details on every piece and produce only on
demand. Production in Europe.
Underwear, Calida. 100% sustainable brand that includes quality and durability
such as a spirit of innovation and environmentally friendly and socially fair
production.
Bag, Jon Allensten. Made out of leftover fabrics.
Hat, Amanda Borgfors Mészàros. Vegetable tanned leather from left over materials.
Boots, Filippa K. Uses only sustainable and recyclable materials for all products.
Ring on Michelle’s right hand, Märta Larsson. Märta handpicks every stone for her jewelry creations, she sees the stones as nature’s own works of art.

Look 7:
Leather coat, Tommy Hilfiger. T.H are working towards producing fully circular products, incorporating waste minimization and recyclability into their production.
Shirt, Rave Review. This bold environmentally-friendly brand reuse and remake vintage and secondhand garments.
Trousers, Amanda Borgfors Mészàros. Made out of remake vintage and secondhand garments.
Earrings and ring, Iameleni. All jewelry are handmade in recycled silver and solid gold local produced in their studio in Sofo, Stockholm.

Look 9:
Jacket: Lamija. Production only on demand. Creates handmade details on every piece. Leather of the highest quality. Production in Europe.
Dress: Forever Unique
Turtleneck: Boohoo. This turtleneck is made entirely from recycled material. Pointy shoes, vintage.

Look 8:
Jacket, Jon Allensten. Made out of left over fabrics.
Turtleneck and skirt, Hugo by Hugo Boss. All Hugo Boss items are produced and ensured by strict chemicals management.
Boots, Filippa K. Uses only sustainable and recyclable materials for all products.

Look 10:
Coat, Viktoria Chan. Advocating slow fashion, each of every Viktoria Chan designs allows to be worn both day- and night.
Shirt, Levi’s. To save the water and make their impact on the industry, Levi’s use alternative surface-treated techniques.
Trousers: Lamija. Creates handmade details on every piece and produce only on demand. Production in Europe.
High heeled flip-flops, Flattered. Chrome-free tanned lining and all shoe boxes are made from recycled paper and the shoe bag is made of certified organic cotton.

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