How fashion in Malaysia is embracing the idea of conscious consumption

  • Style
  • Wednesday, 31 May 2023

Unplug stocks small, slow fashion labels that produce in small workshops all over Malaysia. Photo: S.S KANESAN/The Star.

For a few years now, the local slow fashion scene is gaining traction among consumers looking to holistically expand their life philosophy.

From ensuring fair wages and working conditions to implementing manufacturing practices that respect the Earth, more people are taking a stand against fast fashion and its adverse environmental and social impacts.

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