Fighting fast fashion in Montreal with a new upcycling challenge

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Fashion activist Sarah Jay, the former creative director of Canadian sustainable fashion NGO Fashion Takes Action, is encouraging the industry to be more sustainable and for better working conditions for garment workers. Jay is now a judge of Fashion Revolution Canada’s first Student Upcycling Challenge, which challenges high school and post-secondary students across Canada to transform existing clothing into new garments, reusing textiles and fabrics to give them new life. Read more.

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