Christina Moon

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Forever 21 is the latest retail chain forced to file for bankruptcy in the changing retail climate. The store is known for $5 tops and bright yellow shopping bags.

Forever 21 goes bankrupt. What does that mean for malls and fast fashion?

Forever 21 is the latest retail chain forced to file for bankruptcy in the changing retail climate. The store is known for $5 tops and bright yellow shopping bags.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

“Fast Fashion” is the dominant trend in today’s clothing industry -- and it’s being driven by a surprisingly close-knit community of Korean families in Los Angeles.

The Secret World of L.A.'s Fast Fashion

“Fast Fashion” is the dominant trend in today’s clothing industry -- and it’s being driven by a surprisingly close-knit community of Korean families in Los Angeles.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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