The End Of Throwaway Fashion

The End Of Throwaway Fashion
Innovation

Many factors are contributing to hard times in the denim industry. These factors may encroach on the entire fashion world.

Scott Mioduszewski
  • 2 march 2011

The Telegraph posted a story about Xingtang, a factory town in China. With 5,000 denim factories in the town, it produces about one-third of the world’s supply of jeans. However, many factors are causing production to slow down or stop completely, leading to speculation that the entire fashion industry may soon follow in denim’s footsteps.

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