We Still Lack Knowledge About How Clothes Are Made.

Although the #whomademyclothes campaign was launched in 2014 in response to the Rana Plaza factory collapse, consumers still know very little about the clothes manufacturing process. Brands such as Lululemon and H&M have recently had to investigate claims that workers in their factories were being abused, highlighting the fact that vast supply chains can make it difficult to track exactly how garments are made.

https://www.vogue.co.uk/fashion/article/how-are-our-clothes-actually-made

Today’s other stories which caught our eye include:

Mulberry launches fully sustainable bag.
https://fashionunited.uk/news/fashion/mulberry-launches-first-fully-sustainable-bag/2019120946546

The best pieces in Net-a-Porter’s sale.
https://www.whowhatwear.co.uk/net-a-porter-sale-2019

See Also
The Rise Of ‘See-Now-Buy-Now’ At Fashion Week.

The designers using left over fabric to create new garments.
https://fashionista.com/2019/12/designers-leftover-fabric-new-collections

The easiest way to find secondhand or vintage clothing.
https://www.refinery29.com/en-gb/gem-vintage-app

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