Fast fashion is a term used to describe the modern fashion industry marked by high volume of production and low margin, fast-paced, cheap and disposable items. According to the United Nations, it contributes to ten percent of global greenhouse emissions not to mention the working conditions of textile factory workers and the fact that 85% of the garments they make end up in landfills.
Consider that 10,000 liters of water is required to grow just the one kilo of cotton needed for one pair of jeans. It would take a human being about 10 years to drink 10,000 liters of water. Through Bloom Boutique, Levy created an alternative to donating those jeans to another student or a person in need in the USC neighborhood.
Learn more at: She Wants To Change How We Dress And Feed The World