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Vintage Retro Makes It Easier to Connect to Vintage Fashion Style
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Vintage Retro Makes It Easier to Connect to Vintage Fashion Style

DENVER, Aug. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Vintage Retro has recapitulated their goal of creating a more convenient and intuitive platform for retro enthusiasts to understand fashion history and to learn vintage dressing style. After unremitting efforts for 8 months, Vintage Retro has created an innovative vintage knowledge base by offering sewing pattern images gallery and vintage store near me locator. Continuing, Vintage Retro are optimizing and updating the collection of fashion stories, providing designers with massive materials. "Learn vintage history, be retro fashionista. Vintage Retro is an information-sharing platform for sharing vintage fashion history stories, guiding to dress in vintage style, and helping to shop vintage clothing," said Vintage Retro Fou...
Why Isn’t Sustainable Fashion More Affordable?
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Why Isn’t Sustainable Fashion More Affordable?

Unless you’re buying second-hand or vintage, sustainable fashion often comes with an expensive price tag. But considering the enormous environmental impact of the fashion industry –responsible for an estimated 10 per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions – it’s vital that eco-friendly clothing doesn’t remain a luxury available only to a few, especially in light of the surge in demand for clothes that are kinder to the planet.With the current pandemic seemingly fuelling a new eco-consciousness, consumers are increasingly looking for sustainable options for the market. A survey conducted in April found that 67 per cent of consumers consider the use of sustainable materials to be important when buying clothes, while 63 per cent also look at the way a brand promotes sustainability. The pr...
What can fashion learn from Taiwan’s trendy Insta-famous grandparents?
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What can fashion learn from Taiwan’s trendy Insta-famous grandparents?

Taiwan's trendiest couple these days are neither young celebrities nor teen influencers – they are an octogenarian duo who run a mom-and-pop laundry service and have become an online sensation by modelling abandoned clothes. Chang Wan-ji, 83, and his wife Hsu Sho-er, 84, have racked up nearly 600,000 followers on Instagram over the last month as their attitude-filled fashion portraits went viral. They have even been featured in the Taiwanese edition of Vogue and Marie Claire. The couple hope to use their new social media clout to promote the concept of "environmental fashion". "Instead of following 'fast fashion' and keep buying new clothes, we hope people can see that old and second-hand clothes can b...
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