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Slow Fashion vs. Fast Fashion Infographic

Posted in Fashion by NDC. Last updated

Slow Fashion vs. Fast Fashion Infographic

If you are not yet familiar with our largely popular (and large-in-size), analytical write up on slow fashion, then you should probably take a look here. It’s worth it, we promise, especially if you’re looking for a fresh perspective on the subject.

However, if you just can’t find the time to read through the whole material, or if you are more of a visual thinker, then we’re also serving up a condensed version of the key facts and ideas neatly converted into a series of slow fashion infographics that you can glance over whenever you feel like revisiting the topic or sharing it with the people you hope to inspire (or both!)

The first infographic of the series is a top-down overview of slow fashion vs. fast fashion.

These two divergent ideologies employ contrasting business models that prioritize distinct values and approaches to creation, manufacturing, and fashion consumption, which in turn affect product quality and carry different environmental and socioeconomic impacts.

Share it, tweet it, like it, and feel free to repost it on your blog, if you’d like (and we hope you would).

Slow Fashion vs. Fast Fashion Infographic

Slow fashion vs. Fast Fashion: The most important information condensed in one infographic

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