The disheartening truth is it is now possible to buy a dress for less than it would cost you to get a taxi to the club. When clothing is cheap to the point of being disposable, something is fundamentally wrong.
Recently, there have been real moves towards taking a more sustainable approach to fashion. Last year, Grace Beverley launched TALA, an athleisure wear brand centred on sustainable and ethical practices – the CORE collection sold out within 20 minutes of launch; Zara has announced that all collections will be made from 100% sustainable fabrics before 2025 and influencers began consciously championing more sustainable brands.
The problem might seem gargantuan but there a few easy things you can do to truly embrace slow fashion: