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  • Luxury brands are going green
  • Luxury brands are going green
    Zürich Tourismus (2010) ©
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Luxury brands are going green

Brands around the globe are shouting about the slightest eco-friendly credential in an attempt to garner positive publicity, but not in every industry. The luxury fashion world has been quietly implementing green changes to production without much fanfare; but why are they staying silent?

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