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What these lovely Japanese textiles reveal about the future of sustainable fashion

11 Mar 2020

Boro is a style of fabric mending that became known for its use of limited, natural materials.

Several brands these days, from Patagonia to Reformation, upcycle their clothes to make trendy new designs. It’s a crucial development as fashion reckons with its astronomical environmental footprint. It’s also a practice that has a long, rich history, as a new exhibit at Manhattan’s  Japan Society makes clear.

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