The True Cost of Fashion How to Shop to Change the World by Louise Spilsbury
  

The True Cost of Fashion How to Shop to Change the World

Written by Louise Spilsbury
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Part of the Consumer Nation Series

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Synopsis

The True Cost of Fashion How to Shop to Change the World by Louise Spilsbury

Who makes the clothes and accessories we buy on the high street and wear every day? What are the working conditions like for people who form part of the supply chain for the world's fahion industry? This book looks at the impact our fashion choices have on our lives and on the environment and asks how we can improve our lives and those of others with the things we buy.

About the Author

The author, Louise Spilsbury, has written many books for children on a wide range of subjects.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Louise Spilsbury
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Publisher

Wayland (Publishers) Ltd an imprint of Hachette Children's Group

Publication date

15th May 2014

ISBN

9780750283465


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