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INSPIRING HEALTHIER, GREENER LIFESTYLES
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WHO MADE YOUR CLOTHES?

You love your clothes, but have you ever wondered about how they were made? Fashion Revolution is a movement of people campaigning for greater transparency, sustainability and ethics in the fashion industry. Fashion Revolution week starts today (24th-30th April) so check out their website for details on events and how you can get involved.

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FAUX-REAL

Let's face it, fashion magazines are pretty funny. Where else would you see people wearing paper bags, adverts for hair glitter and articles on how to buy happiness. If you're in need of a laugh, why not take a look at 'FAUX', our satirical magazine that might make you question fast fashion?

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HOW TO BE A FASHION REVOLUTIONARY

Fashion Revolution week highlights the need to change our habits, but with such a big issue where do we begin? In this week's vlog Sarah is on a mission to prove that it's not as hard as you'd think to start making changes with 5 easy ways to become a revolutionary.

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WANT TO MAKE YOUR CLOTHES LAST LONGER?

So you've managed to find that elusive perfect garment, you've spent ages shopping for it and someone has spent hours making it, but within weeks of wear and a few washes it's no longer quite as nice. Sound familiar? Don't fear, here are some simple tips for keeping your clothing in top condition.

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