#LovedClothesLast

Fashion Revolution #LovedClothesLast Campaign describes this as a, “Short film that looks at mass production, consumerism and the tragedy of modern-day landfills” They are hoping to convey that individual actions can have an impact on reducing waste in the textile industry.
As a person that is constantly talking about textile reuse, I can tell you that a (moving) picture really is worth  thousand words. Click HERE to take a look and tell me what you think.

 

 

 

 

 

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