A collaboration with LSESU Restructuring Society 

Deals up to 99% off, dresses sold for as low as 8p and the list continues… Some major retailers sparked outrage among consumers and environmental consumers alike during the previous Black Friday. Once again such business practices came to highlight the damaging effects of fast fashion and its “disposable” clothes. In light of this scandal, we got contacted by fellow students from the LSESU Restructuring Society who decided to explore such questions in an article . The latter delves into the overall relationship between fast fashion and ESG (Environment, social and governance). As a result, the writers discuss a Boohoo factory scandal and the company’s response before exploring some industry-wide questions. If you are interested in learning more about supply chains in the fast fashion industry and their impacts, this is the article for you ! You can check it out with the following link :

https://docs.google.com/document/d/18H9BZI1OY25i8PnYIutRIueY9dXl_xc1e3E2g6B1dns/edit

 

 

LSESU Fashion Society

LSESU Fashion Society

The LSESU Fashion Society is the only fashion related society on campus at LSE. Our events this year are focused around the term ‘sustainability’, whether that is one’s mental health, our consumption patterns or our understanding of the fashion industry contributes greatly to climate change.

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