Gallery: The Monster Challenges of Cheap, Low-Maintenance “Frankenfabrics”

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Thanks to a fast-fashion based industry model, coupled with consumer desire to pay the least possible price for product, we have been left to deal with over-consumption, waste, and a plethora of “Frankenstein” fabrics.These low-grade, synthetic and petroleum based textiles are on the rise with stores like H&M and Forever 21 knocking off larger design houses as well as indie designers.

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One Response to “The Monster Challenges of Cheap, Low-Maintenance “Frankenfabrics””

  1. kkincade2@gmail.com says:

    Oops. You praised H&M in the first story and spanked them in this one. Carrot and stick?

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