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What Are You Really Buying From lur® Apparel? Opportunity And Empowerment For Women

by Elizabeth Flading Consider your average workday. You might be thinking of a 9 to 5 office job, a 12 hour evening nursing shift, or even 24 hour mom duty. For many in the fashion manufacturing industry, though, it consists of a 14-hour shift, earning less than 3 dollars in total compensation, and unsafe working conditions . The hardships… Read More
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Education or Legislation—Which is the Path to Ethical Fashion?

by Robyn Campbell Cheap fashion has saturated our stores, our markets, and our minds. It’s the process of bringing catwalk styles to stores for a very short time before fashions change again, thus necessitating new inventory. It’s an endless cycle and it’s getting old. Garment workers in Bangladesh have paid the ultimate price so we can pay a couple… Read More
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