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Ninja traveller. Seamlessly travels between Stockholm, Shanghai, Zurich and France. Late nights in the city and early morning countryside life. Fashion, beauty, reflections, portraits and inspiration.

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I’ve been following WeTwoStockholm since they launched in 2018 and there are several things I find utterly positive with the brand that manufactures well designed and timeless classics in one size made to fit most without measurement hysteria, instead advocating sound and healthy values. For a pregnant woman like myself that is a winner not only from a substainability point of view (bye ugly maternity wear that I would throw away post giving birth) but also regarding the choice of high quality materials like silk, cashmere, mohair and linen making them far more economic than a lot of other brands over time.

The clothes are manufactured in Shanghai by small tailor shops and friends of founder Katarina Johansson who worked in Asia over many years for brands like H&M, GANT and Hunkydory before deciding to start her own line of clothing. In that way it is easy to ensure that high quality standards are not only met but also provided for the individuals manufacturing the garments.

My personal favourites are INEZ dress that comes in both beige and black (I need them both in my life forever) and the classic oversized white cotton ALMA shirt. Amongst other beautiful pieces they are both to be found at http://www.wetwostockholm.com

This post is a collaboration with WeTwoStockholm.

Love, Christine Deckert