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Fixing Fashion

The hidden cost of your clothes. As Canada's top designers wrap up Toronto Fashion Week, we heard from an insider about the industry's dark underbelly. Matt Galloway spoke with Michael Lavergne, he is a Toronto supply chain consultant, and a board member at the non-profit "Fashion Takes Action". His new book is called "Fixing Fashion: Changing the Way We Make, Market and Buy our Clothes".
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