Fast fashion and burning clothes
This content was published on April 3, 2019
Overconsumption leads to overproduction and in fast fashion’s case a lot of clothes from previous collections are thrown out when the new collection is put on the racks. Some companies have been criticised for burning the remaining unsold clothes: would “slow fashion” solve the problem?
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