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Influencers have bestowed a shiny new status to the lowly world of knockoffs, but the stigma of a dupe doesn’t always come out in the wash.
Luxury brands used to hold their fast-fashion collaborations at arm’s length, but changing consumer attitudes and new financial incentives are changing the high-low game.
Lululemon fans craved products from the beloved $50 billion athletic apparel company but have been settling for cheap alternatives. Then the company decided to deliver a big surprise.
Tansy Hoskins, author of a book on the impact of fast fashion, says the true cost of knock-off clothes is being paid by garment workers.