A New Program Aims to Address Sustainability Education Gaps in Fashion

When people talk about “sustainable fashion,” they often mean a type of clothing made in response to a small set of problems in the industry. Of course, many of them need to be addressed: overproduction, toxic dyes, water use and abuse of work are just some of the problems that regularly arise. However, most of the modern solutions we have are used to selling more clothes without facing the fundamental and forgotten problem of what happens at the end of the life of clothes – the answer to which is not as simple as buying or even making less clothes. This should also include stability of centering before the clothes are even born.


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