Mixing structured and flowy/draped monochrome essentials. nu-in racerneck (out of stock) similar here
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Chic in the Heat

Ribbed white dress and beige blazer. Timeless is the name of the game. nu-in white dress (sold out) and blazer      
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Black Layers

All black layers. Saint and Sofia Sweater and Dress  
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nu-in skirt and knit
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Uniqlo Hoodie – Arkk Copenhagen Sneakers
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All things loungewear and outerwear appropriate. Uniqlo  
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Black and Brown

Soft-feel textures, exaggerated dropped shoulders and leather pants. H&M Conscious Knit – Nanushka Leather pants – Jonak sock-boots    
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Textural Black

Maxi dress + Chunky boots + Puffer jacket. Vzoor Dress – Flattered Chunky boots – Uniqlo Puffer Jacket    
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Double Dose

Double Dose of knits. Uniqlo
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Silk + Leather

Mixing soft and bold monochrome textures.. Lattelier Store Silky shirt – Flattered boots  
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Black Suit

Sustainable black suit. Saint and Sofia blazer and pants    
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Mediterranean atmosphere at Home. Everlane Top – Royal Republic Slides  
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Reset Priority

Reset Priority Sustainable Swimwear

Beige and Black

Uniting leather and long chunky knit is an absolute favorite. Playing with volume, textures and timeless essentials. All with a sustainable synergy. Mila.Vert Knit Dress – Maison Standards Boots  

How To Build A Sustainable Wardrobe

What we choose to wear can have a significant effect on the environment and I believe we all have a part to play in protecting the planet for future generations. […]

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Last 2018 Outfit, processing the usual black and white palette and the opposition game of structure/slouchy/volume. Enhanced by high level texture variations, including velvet, leather, and silk. Delaroq handbags were LM’s last find of the year and wha…

Susanne Kaufmann Bespoke Rejuvenating Facial

If you have just one facial this year then make it this one. It’s a wonderful facial with some incredible massage techniques.

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The side-stripe trousers with an athleisure connotation is an essential transitional piece. This wide-leg version is conceived from recycled plastic bottles! Pair it with a tailored blazer for a loose, modern, and structured silhouette. Sporty yet soph…

Evening Skincare Ritual with Immunocologie

A nourishing routine that uses natural skincare products
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Effective Pregnancy Body Care Essentials

The three beauty products I’ve sworn by whilst pregnant
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French Riviera

Faithful to this Scandinavian brand for over three years (see Article 2016 “Less”). Woron has proven through the quality of its products that style can rhyme with eco-responsibility (sustainable and vegan materials). This black wrapped dres…


“We want to make fashion sustainable and sustainability fashionable” Organic Basics. The importance of starting on good foundations is a notion well-known and accepted. The same applies to the way we visualize and organize our wardrobe. Her…

Recycled Cashmere

An ideal texture for winter, cashmere is one of Lines/Manner’s favorite must-have. Particularly for cardigans. Eileen Fisher’s new collection conquers deeply, not only because of the good quality of their fabrics but also via their commitme…

Committed To A Better Future

I very rarely feature fast fashion brands as I think there’s a better way to do things but when I discovered Mango’s Committed Collection I wanted to show my support. Fast fashion brands are not going to be able to change their ways overnight but testing the waters with sustainable collections is a good start.
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COS Celebrates 10 Years

COS recently released a very special collection to celebrate their tenth year, 10 – a limited collection of ten pieces for women, men and children. The pattern-cutters and designers worked together to create each item with minimum waste.

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What a great feeling it is to offer, to others or to yourself, little pleasures that resonate with your values. Pushing this thought a little further, learning the stories which lie hidden behind these objects makes gifting them even more … Continue reading


It’s always a personal satisfaction to discover new talent and lesser-known brands that demonstrate an undeniable sense of design and interest in creating a quality line. Add profound ethics, a deep concern with ecological responsibility, the utmost attention to detail, … Continue reading


Reve en Vert shouldn’t be an unknown name to you, if you’ve followed Lines/Manner with a lively interest since its creation. It wouldn’t be a surprise to you then either LM dedicated an article to REV about the COP 21 … Continue reading

The Fairer, The Better

All on set with a neutral palette steeped in organic materials and ethical fashion. Mochni, an international online platform as dedicated as Lines/Manner to raising awareness about responsible fashion, turning the spotlight on eco-friendly brands and encouraging ones with ecological … Continue reading

Who’s Next 2016

Porte de Versailles, Paris. The Who’s Next fashion tradeshow. One of the world’s most reputable events. Best of the best for the discovery of young talented designers, independent and/or emerging. Presentations of creations from their latest collections, meeting inspiring fashion … Continue reading

A Timber Facility By Invisible Studio

Located in Gloucestershire, UK, a woodland building by Invisible Studio serves as a facility for the Wolfson Tree Management Centre and was built solely from the timber sourced at the site.
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New year, new resolution, new aspiration, new acquisition, new collection by Christina Fischer. See previous dedicated article « Recycled Minimalism » Black leather, zip repetitions, silver hardware, refined details, an excellent finish, and a perfect size. The Box Bag is … Continue reading

A Tree-Inspired Single Pole Home By Konrad Wójcik

Denmark-based architect Konrad Wójcik re-imagines what it’s like to live sustainably outside of cities with the ‘Primeval symbiosis’ project. Designed while he was still an architecture student, the tree-inspired concept home for two is mounted on a single pole and covered in solar panels. The design also features a heat pump that extracts more energy […]


Lines/Manner wishes to share an important and captivating new discovery: REV by Rêve en Vert. Founded in 2013, REV is the premier online destination for sustainable luxury fashion. It is composed of independent and emerging designers who vow to respect … Continue reading

A Mobile Floating Home By Studio Friday

Portuguese studio Friday specializes in eco-friendly architecture and created a floating home that can be customized to an individual’s needs. The modular house can be transported anywhere and the design features a terrace, wine cellar and stove. With the use of natural materials, the structure was also created with energy efficiency and sustainability in mind. Furthermore, […]

Sustainable Tree-Like Houses By Oas1s

Oas1s is a green housing concept that envisions buildings as trees. The futuristic-looking four-story ‘treescrapers’ feature a large facade covered in plants. Using trees as a model for the buildings, the housing units operate sustainably by consisting of recycled wood and leaves, collecting sun through solar panels and water in boilers as well as providing oxygen. […]

A Concrete House With A Vertical Garden In Vietnam

Architecture studio Vo Trong Nghia Architects designed a unique sustainable house with a vertical garden as facade in…

Sleek Sustainable Micro-Housing By SsD Architects

Korean architecture firm SsD designed a sleek micro-housing complex to tackle the issues of urban density and rising…

A Spaceship Home By NOEM

Located on the outskirts of Madrid, ‘The Spaceship Home’ is a futuristic design that combines sustainable features with…

Recycled Minimalism

Christina Fischer, a Danish designer on the rise. Discovered and noticed on social networks, I instantly felt a certain admiration for her work. What really caught my eye was that she photographs her entire artisanal process, from design to production, … Continue reading