How did disposability become such a common, even expected, occurrence for us? When did throwing away decent things become the norm for us? How can we encourage longer life cycles for our worn items? Céline Semaan, co-founder of Slow Factory, guides us through an exploration of the cultural progression of the toxic mentality that “nothing good can last,” and its implications for our society.
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