Have a little extra reading time over the next few days as the holidays slow things down? If so may we suggest that you take a few minutes to read these five articles about our industry that were published in the New York Times over the past few days.
Who Made Your Clothes? – The (sometimes harrowing) stories of garment workers from all over the world. Read More
H&M’s Different Kind of Clickbait – The H&M group sells an estimated three billion articles of clothing per year. Now, the company says, it can be held accountable for the origins of its products. Read More
The Future Is Trashion – A Brooklyn ragpicker is at the forefront of the recycled fashion movement. Read More
Fashion Nova’s Secret: Underpaid Workers in Los Angeles Factories – Underpaid workers in dingy Los Angeles factories have been used to churn out clothes for Fashion Nova, the trendy fast-fashion brand favored by celebrities like Cardi B, a new report said. Read More
What Do Gen Z Shoppers Want? A Cute, Cheap Outfit That Looks Great on Instagram – Three young women shoppers in three countries talk about what they buy, where they buy it and why. Read More