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In Case You Missed It keeps you up to date with news at the intersection of style and sustainability.

The BBC uncovered last week how Syrian refugee children have been illegally making clothes for British high street brands like ASOS and Marks & Spencer, on a wage of just over £1 an hour. (BBC)

PETA has teamed up with some of London’s most prominent labels to urge Central Saint Martin’s fashion students to stay away from fur. (i-D)

Italian innovators Aquafil recycles whale-killing ghost fishing nets into synthetic fabrics for apparel brands like Speedo and Outerknown, turning ocean waste into swimwear. (The Guardian)

How can fast fashion retailers work together to mitigate their social and environmental impact? Higher standards, technical innovation and supplier/consumer guidelines are key according to this market intelligence source. (McKinsey)

Kardashian baby sister Khloe launches an ethical denim line made to fit all body types and support local communities in her native LA. (Ecouterre)

In Case You Missed It is our regular feature helping you stay up-to-date with news and happenings at the intersection of style and sustainability.

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