Bershka, C&A, Forever 21, Gap, H&M, Mango, Oysho, Pull & Bear and Zara are some of the brands made in Asian countries using disposable materials.

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With “fast fashion”, clothing stores make production cheaper and affect the planet’s natural resources. (Photo: Pexels-Artem)
Bershka, Pull & Bear, Zara, Shasa, Stradivarius, among others, fall into the category of fast fashion clothing, which comes from clothing that is no longer functional due to its quality garb, which means that more clothes are bought and disposed of with larger said (
In December, an agency run by Ricardo Sheffield Padilla, the agency said the shelf life of clothing had increased from several years to a few months, as most stores selling these garments had risen in Asian countries with disposable materials.
He explained that it is derived from the market model, with a lot of junk clothing it is very difficult to reuse it or give it another twist of use, it comes in comparison dumps with bottles, pots or dishes available because the History of the ecological footprint is the same.
Fast Fashion Shoes
Profeco pointed out that shoes are also a very important element of this world of fast fashion, because the mentioned brands in their presentation, formal, casual s and sports shoes, which are also manufactured in Asian manufacturers, with very low durability Materials, but with low cost and ease include E finished designs.
It is very important to note that if they suffer some damage, the first thing he thinks he throws them away and buys others because in many cases it comes cheaper than sending them a repair, turn it into garbage and return its disposable character said he.
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