Fashion Revolution Week, where individuals all around the world ask, “Who Made My Clothes? Fashion Revolution declares that “we don’t want our clothes to exploit individuals or destroy our planet”. greenwashing—usually are not enough to counter the ‘throw-away tradition’, the waste, the pressure on natural assets, and the myriad of other points created by fast fashion. oldest of the quick fashion giants, having opened as Hennes in Sweden in 1947, increasing to London in 1976, and before long, reaching the States in 2000. The development has also been criticised on mental property grounds, with some designers alleging that retailers have illegally mass-produced their designs. As well because the environmental cost of fast fashion, there’s a human cost. microfibresthat add to the growing levels of plastic in our oceans when washed.
As it seems—there are just many social and environmental costs from quick fashion which are hidden behind the shiny facades … Read More