If you’re someone who can’t get enough of the fast fashion or if a deal or steal puts you in a buying frenzy, tomorrow’s radio show is one you want to listen to.
Fast Fashion has fundamentally changed the way most Americans dress. Stores ranging from discounters like Target to traditional chains like JCPenney now offer the newest trends at unprecedentedly low prices. Retailers are producing clothes at enormous volumes in order to drive prices down and profits up, and they’ve turned clothing into a disposable good.
But what are we doing with all these cheap clothes? And more importantly, what are they doing to our society, our environment, and our economic well-being?
On tomorrow’s show, that airs from 12pm-1pm EST, I will be talking to Elizabeth Cline, author of Overdressed: The Shockingly High Cost of Cheap Fashion, available at bookstores now.
Joining us will also be our regular retail correspondent, retail expert Mercedes Gonzalez who will share her insider take on fast fashion, the effect it has had on the fashion industry, and how fast fashion may just be the thing itself that saves the industry from the perils of cheap clothes.
Also, Dobbin Clothing, a new clothing company that prides itself on being domestically produced with quality fabrics and construction will be joining us to talk about what they’re doing to create success in a fast fashion obsessed world.
Of course, if you can’t tune in, the show is available on demand anytime after it airs and also is available as a Podcast and on Stitcher Radio.
Tune in tomorrow at 12pmEST by clicking here!