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Insight of the Day: Slow Fashion and its practice for the betterment of the future

Key Takeaway:

The workshop organized by BUP students highlights the growing awareness among young people regarding the negative impacts of fast fashion and the increasing interest in slow fashion as a sustainable and ethical alternative.


Slow fashion is gaining momentum as a response to the environmental and social issues associated with fast fashion. Consumers are becoming more conscious of their purchasing decisions and are seeking out sustainable and ethically produced clothing.


Slow fashion offers a viable solution to the problems caused by fast fashion. It promotes sustainability, ethical production, and mindful consumption, encouraging consumers to invest in quality pieces that will last longer and reduce waste.

Implications for Brands:

  • Brands need to adapt to the changing consumer preferences and embrace sustainable practices in their production processes.

  • They can appeal to conscious consumers by offering transparent information about their supply chains and materials.

  • Collaborating with initiatives like Slow Fashion workshops can help brands reach a wider audience and showcase their commitment to sustainability.

  • Brands can explore innovative ways to incorporate upcycling and redesigning into their product offerings.

  • Emphasizing quality, durability, and timeless designs can attract consumers who are looking for long-lasting pieces rather than fleeting trends.


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