Development of a system for sustainable fashion from recycled clothes- Based on U.S. fashion brands -

@article{Song2013DevelopmentOA,
  title={Development of a system for sustainable fashion from recycled clothes- Based on U.S. fashion brands -},
  author={Hwa Kyung Song and Van Dyke Lewis},
  journal={The Research Journal of the Costume Culture},
  year={2013},
  volume={21},
  pages={139-150}
}
Abstract Fast fashion companies have generated enormous amounts of clothing and large quantities of unsold or short-lived clothing end up in the landfill. As if to counter fast fashion, sustainable fashion has arisen for environmentally friendly garments at different levels from the fiber stage to production stage. However it is still fraught with uncertainty of systems in the industry. Therefore, this study proposed a system to create re-valued clothing from recycled garments for retailers… 
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