Sustainable fashion moving from trend to permanent style
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It’s the end of what’s likely been the ‘greenest’ fashion month yet, with some of the most talked-about moments focused not on present trends but on a more sustainable future.
In recent years, the fashion industry’s environmentally bad habits have rocketed into the limelight: unsustainable agriculture fueling raw materials, greenhouse gas emissions of fast fashion higher than those of the transportation industry, enormous amounts of toxic waste and chemical mismanagement, and unfair and unsafe labor practices for many of the 75 million people who keep the garment industry going. It’s been deemed the ‘dirtiest’ industry after oil.
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