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The most significant opportunity for reducing the environmental impact of clothing lies in increasing the active life of the clothes we wear.
Jamie Perry from Love Your Clothes said: "Every year in the UK 350,000 tonnes of clothing goes to landfill.
One tonne of the clothing will be donated to Age Cymru, British Heart Foundation (BHF) Cyrmu and Antur Waunfawr.
Abdu Ahmed, another shop owner in Sana'a, said he had arranged for a clothing shipment, but it was seized and destroyed at the Saudi border.
When we took him to the doctor he said it was due to wearing used clothing," she said.
Junk In The Trunk Clothing also provides fashion conscious customers with a place to retire their gently used clothing in exchange for store credit.
The Salvation Army Trading Company collects clothes from more than 300 clothing banks across the city, as carries out door-to-door collections of clothes.
This book presents a detailed discussion of style, the clothing industry and its technical underpinnings, economic history, social decorum, gender, and changing social customs in Florence from the end of the fourteenth to the sixteenth century.
Close cooperation can minimize clothing costs and eliminate risk of supply problems.
Among the Masai tribe of Eastern Africa (spanning the border between Kenya and Tanzania), clothing is also a significant aspect of culture.
The fact that Central America is close to the United States is key to the clothing business--especially considering the United States' high purchasing power, and where seasonal and fashion changes play such a big role in the market.
When the Meet Each Need With Dignity clothing giveaway center reopened Monday - two weeks after fire destroyed its entire stock - residents had already formed a line.
Cold weather clothing--like the extended cold-weather clothing system (ECWCS)--is designed to trap warm, dry air among its fibers and between its layers.
It is worth noting the strong images of nakedness and clothing in these readings.
The notion that clothing defines and reifies societal relationships, whether political, economic, social, religious, or cultural, is antithetical to modern ideas about clothing as ephemeral and subject to changing taste.