Since the Silk Road linked China to the Roman Empire, fashion has been one of the great global industries. In today’s fast, $2.4 trillion industry, issues surrounding technology, economics, ethics, and the environment play out worldwide—and in our wardrobes. Regardless of whether we fancy ourselves “fashion people,” we all get dressed, and in doing so, make personal choices about how we relate to the world.

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