Why the fashion industry is out of control

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You can now buy a bikini for the same price as a cappuccino and in Tokyo, men can get suits from a vending machine. Has our obsession with fast fashion taken us into dangerous territory?

We are buying clothes like never before, so many that the average Australian woman wears just a third of what's in her wardrobe. And men are fast catching up – global menswear sales increased by 70 per cent from 1998 to 2014. The industry produces way too much: things we don't need and wouldn't want if we weren't so brainwashed by social media, and advertising and celebrities...

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