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Mending Our Ways
The apparel industry is one of the dirtiest on the planet—which means the clothes on your back are hard on the environment. But there’s nothing fashion loves more than a trend, and the hottest one coming down the runway could be sustainability. From a Vietnamese blue jeans factory to the London studio of Stella McCartney, the new issue of NRDC’s magazine stitches together the transformation of a trillion-dollar-a-year industry.
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