Back To Sender- Collection III
The global disposal of used clothes from Europe to Africa reveals a complex interplay between consumerism and production practices. While Western consumers may view donating used garments as eco-friendly, the reality is that this practice harms local economies and perpetuate dependency. From the production side, the fast fashion industry's overproduction leads to surplus inventory, which is often offloaded to Africa, exacerbating environmental issues and exploiting labor. This cycle highlights the need for sustainable fashion practices that prioritize local economies and ethical production methods. This collection was sourced from Kantomanto market Accra and Mushin Market Lagos. A design blend of foreign materials with indigenous designs. Designed by Adesuwa; created with Emmanuel Armoo and Dede Illeleji.