• Fast Fashion: An Unrealistic View of the Cost of Making Clothing

    “I believe in the longevity of a product that can withstand time; a product that isn’t being so quickly disposed of for the next best thing,” said Chicago fashion designer Shelby Steiner. “Fast fashion has unfortunately created a very temporary way of thinking.” Steiner uses manufacturers in Chicago to produce the clothing for her spring and fall collections. She says one garment can take anywhere from 34-160 hours to construct from start to finish...Continue reading