fast fashion

Nearly 65 percent of the clothing we buy ends up in landfills.
"Bank statements served as a permanent reminder of my fast fashion addiction long after the forgettable pieces I’d bought, worn and tossed had headed to a landfill."
Fashion Nova acknowledged its products have been "driven by her influential style."
The fashion industry is a big climate culprit, but social media continues to encourage our unsustainable consumption of disposable clothing.
“It is absolutely possible to build a profitable and sustainable and responsible ― ethically and socially ― fashion company."
We may be shocked that brands burn and shred wearable clothes, but it's inevitable for a system that pumps out billions of pieces a year.
There are some loopholes in the law and other extenuating circumstances that typically prevent legal action.
From clothes that grow with your kids to compostable sportswear – these companies provide something different.
By applying pressure and threatening to withdraw these contracts, these retailers are using their power and influence to try and change the situation.
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Have you ever considered where your clothing comes from? No, not the brand name, but the workers who stitched together your
In college, I remember one of my friends telling me how fast fashion is brilliant from a business perspective. “You have
If you’ve walked into an H&M store lately, you might have noticed more green. The walls are plastered with posters about