Over the past year, we’ve seen two significant shifts in the fashion industry: sustainability and plus-size inclusivity.
We’ve seen G7 leaders joining forces with fashion houses in a global pact to make clothes more sustainable, and body-positivity advocate and plus-size model Tess Holliday walking for Chromat at New York Fashion Week. Clearly, the way we think about clothes is changing.
When you work on a product review section like IndyBest, as I do, you have a responsibility to be conscious of both trends in areas like fashion and global movements, such as sustainability. We’ve always strived to be as inclusive as possible in our features – across sizing, style and price – but recently it’s become more important than ever to consider whether promoting fast fashion is ethical.
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