Elizabeth Segran

Fast Company Magazine

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Senior staff writer for Fast Company Magazine.

Elizabeth Segran on KCRW

Workout pants, sneakers, swimsuits, and skinny jeans all contain plastic. Spandex, nylon, polyester are common fabrics you see listed on clothing tags, and they're polymers (a.k.a.

Most of our clothes are made with plastic, and it's polluting the earth

Workout pants, sneakers, swimsuits, and skinny jeans all contain plastic. Spandex, nylon, polyester are common fabrics you see listed on clothing tags, and they're polymers (a.k.a.

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