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fast fashion
Fast Fashion {f} [Wegwerfmode]
fast fashion
Wegwerfmode {f} [ugs.] [auch: Fast Fashion]
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Übersetzung für 'fast fashion' von Englisch nach Deutsch

fast fashion
Fast Fashion {f} [Wegwerfmode]cloth.comm.

Wegwerfmode {f} [ugs.] [auch: Fast Fashion]cloth.comm.
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • T-shirts are inexpensive to produce and are often part of fast fashion, leading to outsized sales of T-shirts compared to other attire.
  • The early to mid-2000s saw a rise in the consumption of fast fashion: affordable off-the-peg high street clothing based on the latest high fashion designs.
  • Vintage fashion can be understood as a response to fast fashion, in which garments are mass produced.
  • Supré is an Australian fast fashion women's wear chain owned by the Cotton On Group.
  • Mass production has been linked to the Fast Fashion Industry, often leaving the consumer with lower quality garments for a lower cost.
  • As the supply chain delays or disruptions keep many apparel executives on edge at regular intervals, especially with the ever shortening life cycle of fast fashion CAF explored how PMTS weigh in their fashion value chain by conducting series of programs including an awareness WEBINAR on SewEasy PMTS software systems, based on MTM standard.
  • On a global scale, the recent boom in fast fashion has also been a major exposure to environmental hazards in environmental justice communities due to the quick manufacturing and dumping of large quantities of products.
  • Fast fashion has become one of the most successful industries in many capitalist societies with the increase in globalisation.
  • Accra's urban ecosystem has been a site of dumping by international waste networks, with the Agbogbloshie suburb known for its highly toxic e-waste recycling sites, and the Kantamanto Market as handling an overwhelming flow of used fast fashion from other parts of the world.
  • For example, concerns for mass consumption and fast fashion have moved to the forefront of the urban consumers’ priorities.
  • Today, whilst garment dyeing is a diffusely employed as an industrial technique around the globe, predominantly in the production of vintage style cotton garments and by fast fashion suppliers, complex garment dyeing is still practiced almost exclusively in Italy, by a handful of premium brands and suppliers who remain committed to the art.
  • The advent of "see now, buy now" shopping has also come about in response to so-called "fast fashion" retailers, who copy designs from the runway and bring them to retail faster than traditional design houses.
  • Her clothes are meant to be worn either casually or formally, it is not fast fashion but easy.
  • The former Filene's flagship store at Downtown Crossing in Boston is listed in the National Register of Historic Places; its current tenants include advertising agencies Arnold Worldwide and Havas Media, and fast fashion retailer Primark.
  • One possible explanation is that the introduction of fast fashion from retailers H&M and Forever 21 has caused a reduction in the consumption of street fashion.
  • In recent years Dolce & Gabbana has begun holding private viewings of their new collections for buyers, in order to sell their collections before they become public and to pre-empt the copying of their designs by fast fashion companies.
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