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Clothes To Die For?

Posted on July 24, 2014 by Noorin Khamisani | 0 comments

Have a look at the Centre for Sustainable Fashion's round up of the interesting tweet chat that took place this week following the BBC's documentary Clothes To Die For.  If you missed it there's still time to watch on iPlayer.


We took part in the discussion covering issues raised by the film and the wider problems within the fashion industry.  The documentary focused on the working conditions of factory workers in Bangladesh and the Rana Plaza disaster. 

Lots of questions raised about the pace of production and consumption.

What do you think is the future for a more ethical fashion & sustainable fashion industry?


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