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How they make it last: Linda Rodin

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by Beatrice Widmark on 8 April, 2015

Don’t accept every plastic bag at every stop, says Linda Rodin about making things last.

Photo by Gabor Jurina

The beauty entrepreneur and style icon Linda Rodin has had a rich career in fashion. Starting off as model in Rome in the 60’s, she turned to fashion photography and then started her path as a stylist, with clients such as Madonna and Gisele Bündchen. Some years ago, Linda found a special interest in oils when she couldn’t find beauty products that she found satisfactory on the market. She started mixing oils she could find from health food stores in a coffee cup at home. It was the start of her beauty brand RODIN olio lusso which today is a world wide success. We asked a few questions to the graceful Linda about her style and on how she makes it last.

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How would your mom describe your style?
– Instinctive, Glamorous, Unique.

Name an element that’s typical for your style?
– Simplicity.

In what way is fashion present in your life?
– I like to look my best and be “fashionable” in my own way.

What small things do you do in everyday life to care for the environment?
– Don’t accept every plastic bag at every stop.

What sustainability issue is keeping you up at night?
– Saving the ocean.

Who is your style icon?
– My mother, aunt and sister.

 

FACTS ABOUT LINDA RODIN: 

Name: Linda Rodin
Occupation: Beauty entrepreneur.
Current projects in life: My product line: RODIN olio lusso
Motto in life: ”Health is wealth”. 


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