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CANBERRA - A series of reports commissioned by the Australian government has set out a plan to end the nation’s reliance on fast fashion in favour of mainstreaming circular design principles.

One document dedicated to textiles outlines four pillars of a new nationwide approach which the authors assert is much-needed to combat the “sad, excessive throw-away systems” that have become normalised in fashion supply chains.

The textile sector is cited by the Enabling Design for Environmental Good project as one of four industries ripe for an overhaul, with the overconsumption of garments made with “low product durability and longevity” highlighted as being of particular concern.

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