Dana Thomas (left) in Bangladesh carrying out research for her new book Fashionopolis: The Price of Fast Fashion and the Future of Clothes. Photo: Clara Vannucci

The price of fast fashion and the sustainability champions fighting back detailed in new book

  • Dana Thomas wrote Fashionopolis: The Price of Fast Fashion and the Future of Clothes to highlight the greed driving the fashion industry today
  • But she also features entrepreneurs like Stella McCartney who are trying to help turn things around
Topic |   Fashion

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Dana Thomas (left) in Bangladesh carrying out research for her new book Fashionopolis: The Price of Fast Fashion and the Future of Clothes. Photo: Clara Vannucci
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Clothing brands such as Malaysia-based brand Buttonwell are abandoning fast fashion and going back to basics with their outfits. The founders, Lai Kar Jun (left) and Goh How Khiam, make their plain, classic T-shirts with luxury Supima cotton.

From Uniqlo to Everlane, the brands making high-quality basics as an antidote to fast fashion

  • Brands such as Uniqlo and Everlane are starting to push high-quality basics over seasonal trends as more consumers look towards sustainable fashion
  • Malaysia’s Buttonwell uses high-quality Supima cotton from the US that lasts wash after wash to give new life to basic, plain T-shirts
Topic |   Fashion

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Clothing brands such as Malaysia-based brand Buttonwell are abandoning fast fashion and going back to basics with their outfits. The founders, Lai Kar Jun (left) and Goh How Khiam, make their plain, classic T-shirts with luxury Supima cotton.
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