It used to be that fashion retailers rolled out distinctive fashion lines by seasons - spring, summer, fall, and winter. But if you walk into one of the larger chain clothing retailers today, blink and you'll miss out on their stock. Product turns over constantly, it's inexpensive to buy, and easy to churn out. But there's a cost to cheap. Sarah Portway, PhD candidate in apparel design and a fashion design instructor at Cornell University, joins The Agenda to talk about why consumers should reconsider inexpensive mass-produced clothing.
Episode:
Sustainable Fashion; The Next Digital Revolution
Aired:
Jan 09, 2017
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