Prints are often fishy things

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by Lisa Corneliusson on 31 October, 2014


Every Friday, our expert Anna answers the questions we all ask ourselves when it comes to fashion and sustainability. This week’s topic is toxics – how do we to the greatest extent possible avoid toxics in our clothes? Her bulletpoints are pretty straight forward: pick garments with an eco label, as locally produced as possible – and stay away from suspicious prints. We seldom know how prints are made. My Radarte print tee is a failure according to all these three rules. :c

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