Australians are the second biggest consumers of textiles in the world. We buy an average of 56 pieces of clothing a year and wear them an average of seven times before getting rid of them. We purge 15 kilos of clothing every year. Each.
So how did we get here? And if it feels so good, how can it be so wrong?
Because in the age of fast fashion, our discarded clothing pile is getting bigger, and our global closet is overflowing.
Join Veronica Milsom as she pulls back the changeroom curtain on the fast fashion industry. She'll uncover the marketing, merchandising, and greenwashing designed...
Pauline Dakin's childhood was marked by unexplained events, a sense of unseen menace, and secretive moves to new cities with no warning. When Pauline was a young adult, her mother finally told her what they were running from – organised crime, secret police and double lives.
Surely someone's got a plan to fix our fast fashion problem, right? Veronica Milsom goes straight to the top to quiz the bigwigs in charge. Then, she takes matters into her own hands in a public stunt that turns heads.