Roadkill's a bummer. But where you and I see mangled animals taken too soon from this world, one woman—a woman of VISION—sees muffs and hats and legwarmers that could be.
Anna Wintour heard about this so-called "environmentally friendly" fashion, so she sent her crack team of stylists to go out find some of it, to put it in her magazine. Her very eco-friendly magazine. The result? $2,895 trench coats.
We all know the true cost of an H&M synthetic sweater is not reflected in its $29.90 pricetag. The fashion industry is a tremendous generator of waste, and it has a nasty habit of treating garment workers as disposable labor.
It was inevitable, but given the relative youth of the phenomenon itself doesn't this feel, a little, well, premature?