BYTIMO

Oslo-based Tine Mollatt brings a bright romance to Norwegian fashion with her vintage-inspired, ethically-produced dresses. She often culls inspiration from her archive (she has over 1000 pieces from the 1880s to the 1970s) and Spring’s loose-flowing florals and fun minis reference Woodstock and other late-‘60s music festivals. Note: The clothes are cut from cotton, recycled polyester, and sustainable viscose (for ever tree taken to create this fabric, they plant three more), and the water is recycled after color dyeing. 

The buy:
 the salamander polka-dot mini.

BYTIMO

Oslo-based Tine Mollatt brings a bright romance to Norwegian fashion with her vintage-inspired, ethically-produced dresses. She often culls inspiration from her archive (she has over 1000 pieces from the 1880s to the 1970s) and Spring’s loose-flowing florals and fun minis reference Woodstock and other late-‘60s music festivals. Note: The clothes are cut from cotton, recycled polyester, and sustainable viscose (for ever tree taken to create this fabric, they plant three more), and the water is recycled after color dyeing. 

The buy:
 the salamander polka-dot mini.

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