The Future of (Sustainable) Fashion is Not in Ownership but the Sharing Economy

In The Daily Scoop by Lauren Parker, Accessories Magazine

A staggering 235 million items of unwanted clothing were expected to be dumped into landfills in the United Kingdom last year. In the U.S., the average individual tosses out 81 pounds of used clothing on an annual basis. Meanwhile, brands and retailers are seemingly no better, with Burberry coming under fire recently for destroying nearly $40 million products in 2017, and fast fashion giant H&M “incinerating over 60 tons of new, unworn apparel” at one a waste disposal facility in Denmark, alone, over the past several years.

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