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Fast Fashion No Longer in Style, Sustainable Fashion Rises

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Fast fashion has been the rage for everyone looking to wear the newest styles, but the overproduction of these garment is polluting our world. It takes 2,700 liters of water to make one cotton shirt. That’s enough water for one person to drink for 2.5 years. (World Resources Institute)

The fast-fashion business model is good for clothing designers, but not for the environment.

After a clothing factory in Bangladesh collapsed and killed over 1,000 factory workers, consumers – especially professional women – began wondering about the true cost of the fashion industry. This caused a shift to sustainable fashion.

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