British Fashion Council: Halve consumer demand for new clothes to build greener industry

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BFC report maps out a framework for the UK fashion industry to adopt a circular ecosystem and reduce the number of new clothes sold by 50 per cent

The British Fashion Council (BFC) has has urged major retailers and the government to work together to encourage shoppers to halve their annual purchases of new new clothes, arguing that shifting towards...

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