Made in 1970 51 years of being awesome bleached shirt
The clothes you see at London fashion week have a good chance of having a decent life,” said Veronica Bates Kassatly, an independent analyst of sustainability claims, at a screening of Fashionscapes: A Circular Economy.
High-cost clothes were more likely to be worn multiple times “and the prices mean that it makes economic sense for shoppers to repair rather than replace,” said Bates Kassatly. She noted that she was recently quoted £45 by a cobbler to fix a pair of worn-out shoes, a price at which many consumers would choose to buy a new pair instead. The short film shows bales of discarded fashion items arriving by tanker at Kantamanto market in Ghana. Made in 1970 51 years of being awesome bleached shirt. While some of the clothing is mended or upcycled, much of it is of too poor quality to reuse, or has been thoughtlessly constructed with embellishments and extra fastenings that render the garments useless.
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