Corporate social responsibility is a big topic these days. Having a great corporate social responsibility is key to growth and market shares, but are people willing to buy it?
This analytical essay will account for fast fashion and the challenges faced by manufactures and discuss the importance of corporate social responsibility to companies and consumers.
Fast fashion is a term that describes our current fashion culture. Fast fashion is an approach to the design, creation, and marketing of clothing fashions that emphasizes making fashion trends quickly and cheaply available to consumers.
It is a way of getting inexpensive styles to the public through low-quality materials, replication and rapid production.
The consumer uses the product 3-4 times, and afterwards, it feels torn. And therefore, is the clothing industry the second highest polluter of clean water.
But doesn't everybody use fast fashion? "Millennials demand socially responsible clothing, but won't buy it"1 This headline shows that we want to say the right thing, but are not prepared to take action. When we demand the clothing to be socially responsible, the price of the clothing rises. And we are not entirely helping the environment when rank prize and ease of purchase higher.