WITH COFFEE FROM 15 EURO A SLUG, OSLO'S FASHION SCENE CHOOSES ORGANIC

In a city where parking can cost up to eight euro and a simple cup of coffee may set you back as much as 15 euro, shopping is not necessarily a high priority, no matter how much of a fashion victim you are. 20130903-172310.jpg

However, if you know that your hard earned cash is going to a good cause, it makes it a little bit easier to part with, especially if what you're spending on is also beautifully hand-made, organic and fair trade clothing, handbags and accessories.

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LiBe Fair Living in Oslo’s hip Grunerlokke district is an ethical fashion concept store where everything is produced in a sustainable manner. There is not a shapeless, baggy hemp dress in sight, but rather pieces that will undoubtedly add a touch of ethnic quirkiness and an enviably unique, yet on-trend vibe to your autumn wardrobe.

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