EDITOR'S PICKS: Inevitably Burnt Orange by Juliana Sampaio

Chic, modern and inevitable!
In the cold season, the burnt orange is a good option to get some warmth accents inside your home and elegant clothes for your closet.

1) Fall leaves, photo Christian B. & Mikkel Mortensen
2) Crossed Woven Wool Blazer, DA/DA Diane Ducasse


3) Fancy stuff, Artilleriet Interiors AB
4) Halter top and skirt, Mango


5) Chestnut Puffy leather Jacket couleur noisette, Tara Jarmon
6) Ono ono multi-bennetint, Noto Botanics

Instagram finds

IS BACK - Robe Coat by Juliana Sampaio

IS BACK - Robe Coat |

That famous robe coat is back! With minimalist touch and a plethora of colors and patterns. This season will be your faithful companion!

MAX MARA - Wool coat / COS BELTED WOOL COAT - Grey Melange / ZARA COAT - Black / GANNI FENN LONG in Chanterelle / H&M Duster in wool blend / RIVER ISLAND - Camel Coat / ANDOTHERSTORIES Belted Wool Blend Trenchcoat

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Editor's Picks: Faux fur coat - Fake Fur / top 6 under 100€ by Juliana Sampaio

Easy to get confused: they seem true! We are talking about the coolest furs, in the sense of warm and right. Nice to wear with jeans for a casual chic look.

Editor's picks: It's time to corduroy texture by Juliana Sampaio

As we all know, there are garments that return and this season we have corduroy making a comeback and, I guess, are officially a trend now.

Now that I think about it, I don't believe I've ever owned anything of corduroy texture. One thing in particular that I truly love bout corduroy is that the fabric itself is not too thick or too thin, making it the most irresistible material for transitional fall clothes.

Building Block - Half-Cylinder Belt-pack by Juliana Sampaio

Building Block - Half-Cylinder Belt-pack via

Half-cylinder bag from Building Block.

  • Smooth dark chocolate leather.

  • Side zip closure.

  • Adjustable leather strap with collar pin closure.

  • Single compartment.

  • Embossed branding at base.

  • White contrast stitching.

  • Unlined. 

Building Block is a multi-medium design project based in Los Angeles, led by sisters Kimberly & Nancy Wu. Its focus moves freely in between luxury and industrial design where utilitarian materials and processes translate into minimalist forms. With the intent of magnifying essentials and editing out excess, Building Block finds continual inspiration in returning to square one.

All Blues a jewellery brand handcrafted in Stockholm using recycled by Juliana Sampaio

Quail egg white earrings

Quail egg white earrings

Airplane window day

Airplane window day

A range of beautiful and unique pieces All Blues is a Stockholm based jewellery brand founded by old friends Fredrik Nathorst and Jacob Skragge. Emerging Designer of the Year award winner at NK-galan 2018 and Elle Accessories designer of the Year 2016. Their all products are handcrafted in Stockholm using recycled, locally sourced precious metals.

Bullet hole earrings

Bullet hole earrings

Fat Snake ring

Fat Snake ring

They're also on Instagram @allbluesofficial

Fat Snaker choker

Fat Snaker choker

Fat Snake bracelet

Fat Snake bracelet

Our faves from Zara's Minimal Collection by Juliana Sampaio


Zara's creates an exclusive minimal collection for the AW 2018. Great limited pieces from boots, cashmere pullover and long skirts to get a basic and stylish look.

Amanda Hunt Jewelry - a love for the stories that reside in the natural world around us by Juliana Sampaio

Amanda Hunt grew up near the beach in LA and spent many summers driving, camping, and backpacking the west coast of North America with her parents and younger sister.  Exploring these deserts, trees, waters, and mountains left a lasting impression on her and instilled a love for the stories that reside in the natural world around us.  

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Hotel Motel: high-end unisex sneakers and accessories in Montreal - paradox between the elite and the common by Juliana Sampaio

Hotel Motel is a meeting of three passionate artisans - Niki Jessup, Andrew Doiron and Corinne Bourget. The atelier designs and makes high-end unisex sneakers and accessories in Montreal. In response to consumerism and mass production. Hotel Motel focuses on the quality, durability and integrity of the product while revitalizing the traditional knowledge of a largely forgotten craft industry. It's also a workshop that revitalizes the Montreal’s leather industry know-how. 

[HOTELMOTEL] : name that represents the paradox between the elite and the popular

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Jak&Jil: Sustainable Fashion Award by Juliana Sampaio


You are burning for fashion, sustainability and good style? Maybe even have your own label? Then the Sustainable Fashion Award from Jak&Jil is exactly what you need.
The globally active fashion platform has started in Brazil, meanwhile travelling internationally and above all: her heart beats deep inside for fair and ethically produced fashion and wants to get involved in this area more.

The Sustainable Fashion Awards (SFA) offers one designer or fashion brand a chance to win $3,000 while simultaneously donating that exact same amount to a participating NGO partner of choice. Total prize value is USD $6000!

The initiators behind this award, Jak&Jil, an online fashion platform and the e-commerce part of tech startup Mucca. Together they believe in a world where every piece of clothing has passed through an ethical and environmental supply chain, is designed well and is of high-quality. A love of good, sustainable design and fashion done right is what motivates this partnership.

The team want to highlight the brilliant work of emerging and established fashion brands that are taking corrective action to reduce environmental footprint. The entry that scores the highest points against strict selection criteria, as deemed by the jury will win the Sustainable Fashion Award 2018 and take home the amazing cash prize.

"That’s why we’ve created the SFA, to honour and encourage innovative brands and designers who also believe that the fashion of the future is sustainable and that it must exist from now on.” – Jak&Jil website 2018


The international judging committee consists of industry professionals who have a sustainability-focus such as eco-fashion pioneer Sass Brown, also the Founding Dean of the Dubai Institute of Design and Innovation,Fernanda Simon, Brazil’s Fashion Revolution Country Coordinator and Brazil Eco Fashion Week co-organiser, Florian Guillaume, co-founder of Europe Tomorrow and a sustainable and social innovation leader, as well as our very own Editor in Chief, Jennifer Nini.

Eligibility criteria

This a global award and is open to designers and brands from every country, either emerging talents or established professionals, who are leading the way to a sustainable fashion future, and have at least one completed project on this subject. The project can range from one garment to an entire collection. To be eligible for award consideration, the project must possess at least one of the socially-conscious or environmentally-friendly features below:

  • Handmade pieces
  • Local manufacturing
  • Develop Fair Trade
  • Smart design
  • Slow fashion
  • Zero fabric waste
  • Animal welfare
  • Use of recycled, upcycled or organic materials
  • Full product lifecycle assessment and reduction of impacts

There is no entry fee payable. All you need to do is ensure you check off one of these features and you’ll be eligible to win the SFA 2018 award and prize! The deadline for entries is 23:59 GMT on Friday 31 August 2018. 

How to enter

To submit your project for consideration, make sure to follow these steps:

  • Register the required personal information on the entry page here;
  • Complete all fields as required, providing explanations for each box as prompted
  • Upload your project’s supporting images (this is important, stylish, well-captured images of detailing are always crucial in fashion!)

Key points to remember: You will need to provide a product description of up to 1500 characters that explores the topic of fashion sustainability, names of those who should be credited for design and production and careful selection of fashion product images (must contain at least one image, and you can attach up to 20).

How the winner will be chosen

Once the application period ends, Mucca will go through all project entries and select the ones that have complied with the strict eligibility criteria. The judging committee will then evaluate the valid projects assigning a score from 0 to 10 on each of the following: innovation, design, technical quality and sustainability.

The project that earns the most points from the international panel wins the Sustainable Fashion Award for 2018 and claims the prize.

For more information about the Sustainable Fashion Award 2018, visit

Jane Sews - South African based artisan clothing and footwear brand - inspired by nature's authenticity by Juliana Sampaio

Amy Venter has always been inspired by nature's authenticity. Her design and making hope to reflect this same spirit - every design element is carefully considered and close attention is paid to fine construction and finish. With Jane Sews she sought out to create uplifted staples and timeless pieces that are suitable for all seasons. The small run collections are 
crafted from high quality, natural fabrics and are both functional and easy to wear.

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Danse Lente - Handbags inspired by contemporary aesthetics and modern architecture by Juliana Sampaio

Danse Lente is a women’s accessories label specializing in handbags and small leather goods, based in London. Each piece is conceived in depth in order to create a purpose built product that will also create a unique experience to its predecessor. There is a playful and curious element to each design that appeals to a wide range of audiences.

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Fashion Editorial: Linda & Vandenbergh by Tugberk Acar - Madame Figaro Turkey July 2018 by Juliana Sampaio

Fashion Editorial: Linda & Vandenbergh by Tugberk Acar - Madame Figaro Turkey July 2018  via Krone Kern

Photographer: Tugberk Acar at Fabrika.Photography. Fashion Editor: Pinar Akar. Hair: Mehmet Mentes. Makeup: Omer Faruk Dinc. Models: Linda Crooijmans at True Models &  Elisabeth Vandenbergh at Independent Model Management // First Seen: Fashion Editorials


Bembien: From Bali to Morocco and Vietnam - Handwoven rattan Bags by Juliana Sampaio

Bembien: From Bali to Morocco and Vietnam - Handwoven rattan Bags - VIA KRONE KERN

Bembien brings consumers a collection of woven bags handmade by artisans around the world. Each bag brings out a women name. 

The founder Yi-Mei Truxes was on her way to work when a woman in a white linen dress holding a straw bag stopped her in her tracks. There was something about that image - a woman and her bag - that encapsulated more effortless style and intelligent beauty than Yi-Mei had witnessed in her 6 years working at Vogue Magazine. She couldn’t quite put her finger on what it was, but it was there. After failed searches within the mainstream fashion markets for a bag that evoked this same feeling, Yi-Mei started seeing glimmers of the “woman in the white dress” in the small, artisanal weaving villages located around the world. Bembien was born. From Bali to Morocco and Vietnam, Bembien aims to promote the cultures of these incredible international weaving communities. 

10% of Bembien proceeds go to Nest, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) committed to the social and economic advancement of global artisans and homeworkers through supply chain transparency, sustainable business development, and widespread industry advocacy.



A sweetheart of a basket bag with a rounded top, fastened by a crisscross clasp. We especially love taking the Harper on vacation — its charm almost makes it a decorative item in your hotel room or apartment. Pair it with a floral dress, espadrilles, and an air of blasé.



A classic flap bag, but with a twist — in rattan with a bow clasp that softens its angular shape. The shorter strap makes it perfect for slinging over your shoulder to coffee dates and dinner parties with lipstick-stained glasses.



The kind of bag you take to lunch and leave on the table, because it looks too good not to show it off. A round, woven basket bag in the shape of a vintage film canister, and fastened with a bow or crisscross clasp. This bag looks dreamy on a beach blanket, café table, or, you know, any surface. Its round shape makes it versatile for day to evening.

The beautiful images you see are by the extraordinary talent, Lucy Laucht (@lucylaucht). Check out more of Lucy's work on These Foreign Lands.