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National Post. Fast fashion. The US textile and apparel industry: A revolution. Perry, M. Quick response practices and technologies in developing. And that's where the problems start. First there's the U. And those jobs will likely never come back , regardless of what our next president says. Then there are the criminally low wages paid to those in the countries where apparel manufacturing has gone.
As Fast Company points out, though the apparel industry is the largest employer of women globally, less than 2 percent of those women actually earn a living wage. Next there's the issue of electricity use. A lot of power is needed to produce billion-plus articles of clothing each year, and most of the countries where those garments are produced use coal power. But if the quality is questionable, more of the garments collected might have to head to the shredding bin rather than the second-hand clothes market.
I'm getting all this stuff from fast fashion and I'm hearing from clients that it's hurting them. Several clothing retailers have announced take-back programs that collect used garments from customers to be recycled, sold or remade into other clothing. The company aims to have "zero garments going to landfill. It plays into the concept of extended producer responsibility, which means the manufacturer has to take into consideration the product's afterlife. But does it actually encourage more consumerism?
For many stores, customers can get store credit and vouchers for sending in used clothing. It's very smart in terms of business," Lewis says. The concept, however, might encourage a different type of thinking: If manufacturers have to think about how they're going to get the most out of the product after it has been worn, Lewis says, it might spur them to start designing products that can be taken apart easily, have better quality, or might be biodegradable, for example.Mar 11, · 'Fast Fashion' refers to clothing and accessories that are designed to reflect current industry trends, yet produced using less expensive materials to ensure a low price tag. The Fast Fashion.