Transparent fashion: Would you pay to know how your clothes are made?
CGTN Europe • 3m 9s
Prominent on the website of U.S.-Indian joint start-up venture Neu Nomads are the words "everything considered." And the company means it.
Before buying, a customer can easily find details of the fabrics used, how and where garments are made and even how the workers who manufactured them are treated.
Read more: https://newseu.cgtn.com/news/2021-05-20/Transparent-fashion-Would-you-pay-to-know-how-your-clothes-are-made--10lQJ3bMK64/index.html
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