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Consumers Are Confused About What Ethical Fashion Really Means

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Ethical fashion is, in a word, confusing. If the barrage of certifications and accreditations wasn’t enough, consumers also have to contend with a litany of unregulated terms such as “sustainable” and “ethical” that are as unfettered in use as they are open to interpretation. Even modern slavery laws, such as those enacted in Australia and…

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