As demand for sustainable fashion continues to grow, increasingly more organizations, including federations, fashion weeks, luxury houses, and fast fashion brands are challenged to adjust their corporate social responsibility (CSR) efforts and transparency accordingly.
Social and environmental sustainability in fashion sheds light on several issues, ranging from overproduction and brand pollution to poor conditions faced by many garment workers. For this reason, independent fashion organizations such as: Clean Clothes Campaign, Fashion for Good, Remake, and Fashion Revolution have taken it upon themselves to bring attention to the urgency of such issues. This collective action is driving a massive transformation in the fashion sector towards circularity, which is ultimately shaping the fashion news agenda of media platforms.
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