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Regenerative Abundance: Fast and Sustainable Apparel Production in Toronto

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posted on 08.06.2021, 10:51 by Sarah Portway
Fast fashion consumers demand rapidly changing, trend-based product lines at low cost. As a result, independent designers struggle to compete and this model of production has far-reaching negative environmental and social impacts. This exploratory qualitative analysis suggests best practices to revitalize Toronto’s apparel manufacturing sector by catering to new demands with a blended approach rooted in Zara’s fast fashion supply chain model, and McDonough and Braungart’s (2002) vision of

History

Language

eng

Program

Fashion

Granting Institution

Ryerson University