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LOVING LOCAL

Sustainable fashion is something we’re hearing more and more about, and as a reaction to the ‘fast fashion’ craze, the world is starting to realise that we need to adopt a more conscious approach to fashion. We can no longer ignore the fact that the clothing and textile industry is the second largest polluter in the world, just after the oil industry. Here’s how to be a savvy eco shopper and help save our planet.

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