Fast fashion and its environmental impact

"Today, we wear clothes like condom. We wear them once and throw them away" This boutique in Sydney wants to fight against "fast fashion" and its environmental impact. This is how they do it.

09/01/2018 9:07 AM
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  • Dakota H.
    04/17/2019 09:10

    Uhhh I’m sorry but I don’t believe that any young people are wearing clothes just once. In this economy? (Especially for younger generations) that is laughable, I want to see the numbers

  • Laura J.
    04/15/2019 23:56

    Buy second hand....

  • Jennifer R.
    04/15/2019 02:09

    I have clothes from middle school I still wear and I’m 28... I wear my mothers clothes she wore in her 20s and shes 61. I even have a dress my grandmother wore in her 40s and shes 85. idk wtf they’re talking about here.. this is a rich person problem 💯💯

  • Carolyn D.
    04/14/2019 00:23

    Wear once and throw away? I dont think so!

  • Joselito R.
    04/14/2019 00:03

    This is good news and eco friendly.

  • Sharon K.
    04/13/2019 22:35

    wish one would open here...

  • Barbara W.
    04/13/2019 20:39

    I have some outfits that have been around for 45 years. I never get rid of textile...I rework, reconstruct, repair & reuse & recycle or give away to people who like my stuff. the only things I buy new are underwear & winter boots!

  • Shilpa D.
    04/13/2019 17:38

    Good idea.....

  • Cheryl R.
    04/13/2019 17:09

    I've had many of my clothes for 4 - 8 yrs & some even longer.. To many young people following to much silly fashion.

  • Jerson P.
    04/13/2019 16:43

    I think we can chop it and make some rag, gloves or even a house.

  • Fenella A.
    04/13/2019 16:35

    , new business venture! 😜 In addition to usual clothes swap of course! 😍 You’d have a shop full of clothes in no time! Xx

  • Eva L.
    04/13/2019 16:29

    Who is ‘we’v

  • Drews S.
    04/13/2019 16:03

    Wow. Good idea. Bad for business. But ok

  • Chris G.
    04/13/2019 16:00

    Who wears clothes once and then throws them away?!? Not anyone I know. Maybe the 1% of rich ass elite women only wear things once. But they don’t throw them away I’m sure since they buy expensive ass clothes. Also, Goodwill, and Salvation Army and many other consignment and second hand and “vintage” stores have been around for a long time. Nothing new. But yes, the clothing industry creates lots of pollution and wastes tons of water.

  • Bahar D.
    04/13/2019 15:55

    I read "fart fashion". Makes sense

  • Laxmi P.
    09/18/2018 17:00


  • Khadim K.
    09/15/2018 05:31

    Novel idea. Sure to be very popular and successful.!!!

  • Kumar A.
    09/14/2018 17:59


  • Ash R.
    09/14/2018 16:52

    This is a cool idea but there should be a way to buy and keep your favorite pieces. I hate shopping for clothes and I literally hang on to my favorite clothes until they're worn out. I'd never use a shop like this because it's too much like traditional shopping but you don't even get to keep what you'll actually wear.

  • H B.
    09/14/2018 15:10

    Great a former vintage store owner, I would suggest this concept would work best in an area where there's a larger, more fashion-oriented demographic.