Age of Plastic / How to have an open relationship with your wardrobe...

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Have you been trying to break up with fast fashion? Maybe during lockdown you haven’t needed to hit the shops? Learn how to have an open relationship with your wardrobe with founder of clothes sharing app NUW Aisling Byrne. NUW is a new app for renting and sharing your clothes in your community, to reduce the environmental impact of fashion. I chat to Aisling about pivoting the business during Covid, Selfridges department store’s new Planet Earth project, THAT Misguided Doc, and our changing idea of fast fashion and supply chains. Download their app here https://www.thenuwardrobe.com/ And follow them online https://www.instagram.com/wearenuw/ Check out these articles too! https://www.irishtimes.com/life-and-style/fashion/tired-of-your-own-clothes-try-swapping-and-sharing-on-nu-wardrobe-1.3886550 https://www.voguebusiness.com/fashion/gen-z-isnt-ready-to-rent-clothes-yet https://www.irishtimes.com/life-and-style/fashion/being-a-woman-in-business-i-ve-had-to-pitch-to-the-boys-club-1.4192743 https://lovindublin.com/lifestyle/fashion/the-nu-wardrobe-app-is-the-answer-to-avoiding-fast-fashion