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The results weren't as disastrous as you might fear.
You should try doing the same.
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Sustainable, stylish and spectacular.
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I remember arriving in London in 2013 and making a beeline with my daughter for Gap, Zara and H&M to gorge on dirt-cheap fast fashion. I knew no better. Now I do. Now I ask myself one question before I buy. Where are my clothes coming from? A straightforward question, with huge and complex ramifications.
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Check out these images and decide for yourself.
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A new report ranks popular companies based on their promotion of cotton sustainability -- and the results are pretty dismal.
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Scoring a sweet deal on an inexpensive shirt feels really good. But when you learn what happens when you're done with that cheap top, you'll feel anything but. You know how the cycle goes: You buy a p...
I saw a series of recent advertisements for $2 school uniforms being sold by Target and Kmart. Made in Bangladeshi factories, where wages are less than $100 per month, these polo shirts are an example of fast fashion -- clothing's equivalent to fast food.