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Vintage like… @omelettedefromage

I came from Le Pradet, in the South of France, but now I live in England because I’m a student at Exeter University.
Two good friends of mine learned me that you can grow your own style wearing vintage clothing, which is much more complicated if we buy from big brands and “fast fashion” brands. I also wear vintage from an ecological standpoint. I’ve always loved fashion but lately I’ve been more and more aware of the problems that fashion industry brings to our planet. Unethical work conditions, pollution, and its marketing and communication that push us to over-consumption, among other things.

It’s a hard question since I love all my clothes! I would say a stripe blazer that I recently borrowed to my mother.  Kalliopé