A Revolution

Have you ever thought of the effort that goes into designing, stitching and producing clothes that we so frivolously purchase? On average a sweatshop worker that produces clothes for high end brands earns only $202 per month. Keeping the current situation in mind and the excessive capitalism being practiced today, some fashion designers haven take steps forward and introduced something that just might put an end to the crazy world of fast fashion by introducing "slow fashion." Slow fashion is basically a revolution, a movement, a differential ideology that promotes creation of products which weigh full on the scales of both longevity and quality. It encourages the use of products, for example clothes, until they wear out. The slow fashion...

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