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Published on Friday, 06 February 2015

Research project tackles fast fashion

Written by Stacey Dove
Project Transfer

Making it Real pop-up t-shirt factory

LEEDS - A new sustainable fashion research project has opened today in a bid to reconnect consumers with their clothes and to question their need for fast fashion. A pop-up t-shirt factory, open for two days in Leeds, is designed to help consumers reconnect with their clothes, highlight the skills necessary to produce our clothing, and to demonstrate the environmental, social and cultural impacts of consumer purchasing decisions, according to organisers.

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