Hong Kong adapts to sustainable fashion

The fashion industry in Hong Kong is trying to cut a more sustainable dash by reducing waste.

    The fashion industry in Hong Kong is trying to cut a more sustainable dash by reducing waste.

    Millions of tonnes of materials are thrown away worldwide by the industry each year.

    A Hong Kong-based company is designing clothes out of waste textiles.

    Al Jazeera’s Craig Leeson reports from Hong Kong.


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