Fast fashion has dominated the clothing industry over the past few decades. It is characterised by rapid production cycles, low prices, and a constant influx of new styles, all driven by consumer demand for affordable and trendy clothing. However, beneath the allure of fast fashion lies a series of environmental, social, and ethical concerns that are increasingly recognised and condemned by activists, researchers, and consumers alike.
From Investment Banker to Sustainable Fashion, read an inspiring story of Antara Chiripal and how she founded Maya Weaves