cheaply manufactured products:

Fast fashion is characterized by mass manufacturing, often based out of countries that are able to provide cheap labour (you know you’ve seen clothes ‘Made in Bangladesh’), allowing companies to sell their products at artificially low prices, which do not reflect the real cost (material, social, or environmental) of producing such pieces. In the words of Li Edelkoort, a garment should not be cheaper than a sandwich. No t-shirt should cost €2.

 

 

 
 

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