new NON-PROFIT LABEL to mind
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It´s really, really hard to relate fast fashion with high quality, especially in last years. Something that seems impossible is now officially not true. Well, at least when the talk is about "Community Clothing", a new non-profit label that adopts a direct-to-consumer approach maintaining this way the high-quality, while there are no more any further expenses. Can you imagine, for example, to buy a sweater made up of 2ply lambswool that was knitted and finished in Scotland for just 59 Gbp? In this way they are also able to create job opportunity and stability for those within the industry. Their mission is to fill British factories year round and make clothes that everyone can afford. Intrigued? You should be, because this is a true fashion democracy. Get more about it here. And by the way, the man behind is Patrick Gran, creative director of men´s ready to wear brand E. Tautz.

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