'Shein is the epitome of mindless consumption'

Shein

Shein is now a major force in the fashion world and should clean up its act, argues Natalie Berg

There are so many juxtapositions at Shein. It aims to be accessible through low pricing – but at what social and environmental cost? 

It launches a resale platform – but with questionable quality and an average selling price of around £5, can throwaway fashion really be resold? 

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