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Sustainable Shopping: Keeping It Circular

Originally written for & published on Luxiders Magazine, Berlin – read here The traditional fashion industry follows a very linear value chain, where leftover fabric scraps at the manufacturing stage and clothes that we purchase at a retail stage are discarded, and that is why the term ‘circular economy’ has become widespread across the sector. So what is it and why is it the new … Continue reading Sustainable Shopping: Keeping It Circular

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Doors of Thulusdhoo, Maldives

— Thulusdhoo, Maldives Islands I have a strong fascination with colors, especially when displayed on exterior surfaces such as walls and doors, and to me brightly hued walls carry such a strong aesthetic that attracts me like a bee to a flower. Throw some intricate patterns and prints into it, and it’s pure eye candy for me – which is why you may imagine my … Continue reading Doors of Thulusdhoo, Maldives

‘Lykke’ | Danish Capital

— Copenhagen, Denmark (11th – 17th, May 2018) In March earlier this year, my professor urged us to apply to participate in the Copenhagen Youth Fashion Summit – the world’s leading event on sustainability in the fashion industry which was taking place two months later in May. No one in my class really showed interest, but me being someone who never declines an opportunity to … Continue reading ‘Lykke’ | Danish Capital