Why fast fashion could be set for go-slow. The Times

Shoppers may one day abandon their love affair with “throwaway” clothing

Growing awareness about the environmental impact of “fast fashion” could result in sales of cheap clothing dropping by as much as 30 per cent in the next five to ten years, according to a leading investment bank.

As customers formed long queues to get into Primark shops reopening yesterday, analysts at UBS said the retailer’s owner Associated British Foods could be one of the worst-hit stocks if shoppers abandoned their love affair with “throwaway” clothing.

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