Please, don’t wear cheap clothes.


Why fast fashion is slow death for the planet | Life and style | The Observer


It became cool to trot about in worthless, disposable fashion.”
Traditionally, and still today, luxury goods are painstakingly constructed in Europe’s celebrated ateliers. The craftsman and seamstress are venerated.”
Contrast this with the way Big Fashion seems so anxious to skirt over the fact that it also uses women to hand stitch and embellish its clothes. In luxury the handworker is celebrated; in Big Fashion she is an inconvenient truth.”
We buy without regard: when was the last time you assessed the likely lifespan of an item of clothing before you scooped it up?”

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