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Boohoo & Sustainable Fashion’s Language Problem

How the language of sustainable fashion obscures asymmetrical power relations and limits our ability to push for meaningful change.

Recent reports of modern slavery in the Boohoo supply chain are infuriating. But equally infuriating is how brands, and sometimes sustainability advocates, continue…

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Kim van der Weerd

Kim van der Weerd

Co-host of Manufactured podcast, sustainable fashion advocate, former garment factory manager.

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