As part of an experiment, sustainability activist Tanja Wessels decided to not buy any new clothes for a year. She hasn’t bought any in four. Photo: Alex Macro
As part of an experiment, sustainability activist Tanja Wessels decided to not buy any new clothes for a year. She hasn’t bought any in four. Photo: Alex Macro

Woman who hasn’t bought new clothes in four years has no regrets as she looks in horror at ultra fast fashion’s rise

  • Environmental activist Tanja Wessels’ year-long experiment in only wearing second-hand clothes has now lasted four years. It has changed her whole outlook
  • We need to break the stigma surrounding pre-worn clothing, she says, and realise that the party dress we’re looking for is already in the closet

Topic |   Fashion in Hong Kong and China
As part of an experiment, sustainability activist Tanja Wessels decided to not buy any new clothes for a year. She hasn’t bought any in four. Photo: Alex Macro
As part of an experiment, sustainability activist Tanja Wessels decided to not buy any new clothes for a year. She hasn’t bought any in four. Photo: Alex Macro
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