Sideshifters Home » Sideshifters » Teike, Marie Teike, Marie [READ BIO] Marie and Eva’s advice that you should implement TODAYMarie Teike with Eva Nyberg AgOct 22, 2019Global ChallengesSociety and Communities Learn about the positive changes STUDENTS are making in fashion schoolsMarie Teike with Eva Nyberg AgOct 22, 2019Global ChallengesSociety and CommunitiesBusiness and Organisations Listen to Eva tell the story of how she came to REMAKEMarie Teike with Eva Nyberg AgOct 22, 2019Business and OrganisationsPersonal Development Hear a REMAKE employee discuss the workplaceMarie Teike with Eva Nyberg AgOct 22, 2019Society and CommunitiesBusiness and Organisations Watch Marie demonstrate some of REMAKE’s clothingMarie Teike with Eva Nyberg AgOct 22, 2019Business and Organisations What sets REMAKE apart from other designers?Marie Teike with Eva Nyberg AgOct 22, 2019Global ChallengesSociety and CommunitiesBusiness and Organisations How REMAKE aims to change perspectivesMarie Teike with Eva Nyberg AgOct 22, 2019Global ChallengesSociety and CommunitiesBusiness and Organisations Combatting overconsumption and overproduction, and how a new generation are changing fashion perspectivesMarie Teike with Eva Nyberg AgOct 22, 2019Global ChallengesSociety and CommunitiesBusiness and Organisations Eva’s story, and the culture at REMAKEMarie Teike with Eva Nyberg AgOct 22, 2019Society and CommunitiesBusiness and OrganisationsPersonal Development Stockholm City Mission, REMAKE and the challenges of the fashion industryMarie Teike with Eva Nyberg AgOct 22, 2019Global ChallengesSociety and CommunitiesBusiness and Organisations Stockholm City Mission: Second-hand clothing for the twenty-first centuryMarie Teike with Eva Nyberg AgOct 22, 2019Global ChallengesSociety and CommunitiesBusiness and OrganisationsPersonal Development Filter results Filter Results Enter a search term Categories Global ChallengesSociety and CommunitiesBusiness and OrganisationsPersonal DevelopmentHealth and WellbeingEnergy Transport and EnvironmentFinance and FundingTrends Innovation and Technology Media type Media typePodcastStandard BlogVideoPresentation Content length Content LengthBreakout VideoFull VideoShort video Apply filter Join the discussion You can speak to people in our discussion forum. Find solutions, create groups, make a difference Coming soon About Marie Founder, REMAKE by Stockholm City Mission Founder of REMAKE by Stockholm City Mission Repurposing second-hand materials to create designer clothing Passionate about finding alternative methods in the textiles industry If you could invite 1 person to a dinner party – who would it be and why? Marie: I don’t know, maybe someone who can´t afford it. Eva: Christer Lindarw, He is a Swedish dragartist and designer, because I love his designs and I would like to know how he feels about sustainability. What motivates you? Makes you happy? Marie: When I see changes and can be part of movements toward improvements. Hope! (And really bad jokes) Eva: The future, I'm optimistic. Nature and animals. Sustainability through amazing creations What advice would you give your 10-year-old self? Marie: Not so much advice as a thank you for taking your daydreams seriously. Eva: Be more aware of our planets fragility. If you could make 1 global change – what would it be? Marie: I honestly don’t know, changes within myself or my immediate surrounding is easier to comprehend and to be less defensive and more open is a change I would wish for in any circumstance. Eva: stop all new production of clothes and use what we already have. What are your Top 3 achievements? Marie: Naturally my two children and my one bonuschild are my three top achievements. Apart from them there are constant achievements due to perseverance and stubbornness and wonderful colleagues and I can´t really rank them. Eva: I learned to crochet, sashikoembroidery and being more patient. What does sustainability mean for you? Marie: No damage! Eva: The love of our planet. What was the most important event/influence that changed your perspective? Marie: I don’t think there is one, more a constant chain of events and my perspective hasn’t really ever dramatically changed more grown stronger. I´m influenced by the people I work with on a daily basis and everything that goes on around the world with people seeing possibilities and working towards a change. Eva: Marie’s stories and interests in sustainability have helped me change my perspective with regards to fast fashion. Is there anything else you would like to share with us? Eva: Remake is a workplace where I have always felt welcomed and important. It has made me believe in abilities I never knew I had.