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That’s certainly an improvement on the Anything You Can Do I Can Do Breastfeeding Shirt and by the same token and pre-pandemic model of designing four to six collections per year, often with exclusive capsules in between. But bumping delivery windows and scaling back collections doesn’t go far enough, at least in terms of fashion’s carbon footprint. New Zealand designer Maggie Marilyn was an early advocate of change to the wholesale model and voiced her frustrations long before the pandemic. For one, many of her retail partners were unwilling or unable to share adequate information about her clothes, which are made using organic and recycled materials, and Marilyn found that buyers were constantly asking her to create additional styles, colors, or options. When asked if the wholesale model itself was inhibiting designers from being truly sustainable—or at least making it incredibly difficult—Marilyn’s response was unflinching: “Absolutely.”

Anything You Can Do I Can Do Breastfeeding Shirt

“I tried designing smaller collections, thinking I could reason with the Anything You Can Do I Can Do Breastfeeding Shirt and by the same token and buyers [about] why, but the lack of choice wasn’t received so well,” she tells Vogue. “The tight turnarounds between seasons left such limited time for research and development that finding and testing new innovative fabrications, or having time to ensure fabrics are coming from traceable supply chains, is incredibly difficult. And further to this, you need to air freight all of your fabrics due to the tight turnaround, which produces significantly higher carbon emissions than if we sea freighted them.”

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