Fast Fashion Is Bad, So Is Shaming People Into Boycotting It

Fast fashion deserves the hate that comes its way. There’s exploitation of garment workers and acute lack of transparency pertaining to the supply chain. There are accusations of ‘greenwashing’ alongside a burgeoning culture of ‘rip offs’ because, well, creativity does not come cheap. 

A new study by the UK-based Royal Society for Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) has found that roughly half of the clothes on fast fashion websites are made from virgin plastics like nylon, acrylic and polyester. Who’s surprised? Literally nobody! 



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Fast fashion brands struggle to sustain a model built on ‘fair practices’ as they prioritise making trendy tees available to you for next to nothing. After all, nothing in this world comes for free and someone out there is paying the price for your cheap clothes. Clearly, fast fashion is dangerous and the problem needs fixing. So, stop buying it

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28 Things For People With A Lot Of Body Hair

Whether you shave or not, there are both hair removal products ~and~ products in here to soften your skin and body hair to let you rock it.

We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.

Let’s be clear: body hair is natural. Some people are hairier than others, some like to shave it all, some just trim, and others like to leave their hair be. Here, you will find something for everyone, from hair removal devices to products that help keep your body hair silky and manageable. Everyone is different so always remember — your hair, your choice!

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I Found So Many Cute Fall Pieces at Free People, Nordstrom, and Everlane

Online shopping is a massive part of my job, but I get especially excited at the start of a new season. I’m not usually one to add a bunch of new pieces into my wardrobe at once, but these fall-ready picks from Nordstrom, Everlane, and Free People are making a strong case for me to pull out my debit card and treat myself.

Not to brag, but I feel like my style truly peaks in the fall. From the cozy jackets to the inclusion of flannel on just about everything, I am ever-so-slightly obsessed with the fashion that crops up around this time of year. Where better to look for some new pieces than on the sites I already love so very much? Both Nordstrom and Free People have long been the places I check first when it comes to shopping for all of the season’s trendiest styles, so starting

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The Fall Fashion Trends Fashion People at Every Level Need to Know

Welcome to our new podcast, Who What Wear With Hillary Kerr. Think of it as your direct line to the designers, stylists, beauty experts, editors, and tastemakers who are shaping the fashion-and-beauty world. Subscribe to Who What Wear With Hillary Kerr on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

This week’s podcast is a party, an editor party that is. We kept it all in the Who What Wear family by inviting our own editors in as this week’s guests to discuss the upcoming fall fashion trends you need to know. In case you missed it, we launched our best-kept secret, the Who What Wear Collection, just a couple of weeks ago, which these folks worked tirelessly on. Listen in as Hillary is joined by Editorial Director Lauren Eggertsen, Market Director Bobby Schuessler, and Editor in Chief Kat Collings (who is also the creative director of Who What Wear Collection).

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