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It is our ability to create myths that make us archetypally human. About 70.000 years ago, legends, myths, gods, and religions appeared for the first time. And ever since, we have been creating a multitude of stories, beliefs, and cultural choices that have brought us together or pulled us apart. We are storytellers, imagining the meaning of life.

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Dörte Lange
The Eternal One

A photographic meditation on humanity and nature: "We live in succession, in division, in parts, in particles. Meantime within man is the soul of the whole; the wise silence; the universal beauty, to which every particle is equally related; the eternal ONE." (Ralph Waldo Emerson)

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Zazi Vintage: When A Village Project Becomes A Global Ambition

Storytelling is the most powerful weapon in the fashion industry and Jeanne Zizi Margot de Kroon’s “Zazi Vintage” is a tale of female empowerment, sustainability, wanderlust and weltschmerz that is hard to match. Through the help of social media, Jeanne sources vintage fabrics from some of the most remote and inaccessible areas in Asia and brings together western design and traditional wear.

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‘Raw Beauty’: All About Nails

There is no such thing as completely “natural” nail polish. While the nail polishes we feature in this piece are certainly the safest options available, we want to ensure you’re armed with the facts. So why have we included it in this series you ask? Simple. Because women are going to wear nail polish, so we are going to break it down into the safest options for you.

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Delicate Shells

In the stillness of winter, we are dreaming of new life. Our latest editorial, ‘Delicate Shells’, is inspired by the simple beauty of eggshells in all variations, symbolising the universe and the mystery of creation. Garments featured are by KM by Lange, Black Velvet Circus, Folkdays, fiofi Hamburg, and Agnes Nordenholz, with lingerie by Opaak and Anekdot, and jewelry by Nina Kasten and Felicious.

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Future-Thinking Fashion With Martine Jarlgaard London

I love to converse with people whose minds are wide open and who take great pleasure in thinking beyond conventions and norms. Danish-born and London-based designer Martine Jarlgaard is one whom I would call such a visionary mind. A firm advocate of sustainable and ethical practices in the fashion industry, Martine is fascinated by the role that technology can play in helping to solve some of the industry’s biggest challenges.

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Our Gift Guide For Christmas

With this year’s Christmas Gift Guide, we are praising all that nourishes our bodies, minds, and souls. We’ve selected some of our favourite mindfully-made gifts from the constantly evolving LISSOME/Store – from the highest quality alpaca knits to show-stopping jewellery and elegantly crafted veg-tan leather goods – and mixed them up with some further cream of the crop food experiences and beauty treats.

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Organic

With autumn comes a time of harvest and of gratitude. This editorial delights in all the colours and textures found in nature. As we move through the seasons, we are graced by the mystery of the living world. As captured by Anna Rosa Krau, and styled by Sophia Schwan.

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The Ethical Imperative Of High Quality: Q+A with R.EH

At Lissome, we strongly believe in the importance of high quality, both in terms of the design and also of the making of garments or any other products. When we use resources we should do so with careful consideration. It is in this train of thought that designer Eliza Helmerich of Berlin-based clothing label R.EH set up her own brand. The former fashion graduate of the prestigious Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London deliberately decided to swim against the current stream of trend-based design and planned obsolescence and to work in a conscious and holistic way.

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