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Workers often ‘pay the price’ for fast fashion

Workers often 'pay the price' for fast fashion

Neely Metz, Copy Editor

February 4, 2016

Colorful advertisements reading “Up to 75 percent off select items!” and “Fashion from $5!” cover buses, buildings and billboards in hopes of attracting potential customers, but behind the smiling models lies a world where people work for little more than slave wages and children sit behind sewing...

Online applications make holiday shopping easier

December 11, 2012

Madison Riehle Senior Reporter In one of the most technologically advanced cities in the world, San Francisco teens find themselves using various shopping apps and online stores for pre-shopping as well as purchasing items, especially over the holidays. “Because we grew up in the center of the t...

Online clothing stores have inconsistent sizing

November 10, 2011

Isabelle Pinard Managing Editor Hollister, Forever 21 and Urban Outfitters have online stores displaying all of their size options for their garments, but students like senior Natalie Sullivan notice that what they see on the model sample photos online are not what they get. “Urban outfitters has a section of amazing T-shirts online,” Sulli...

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