Having worked in the fashion industry for a number of years now, I’ve become a little disillusioned with the never ending cycle of clothing production and the lack of real efforts to ensure the safety of the people involved in the supply chain. I believe the tides are changing and in the near future, the now marginalized concept of ethical fashion will become as normal as paying a levy for plastic bags or adhering to the smoking ban in public places. A small number of people have been pushing this agenda for years but the numbers are growing. I’m jumping on the bandwagon, who’s with me?
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