Did you know that every 7 minutes, a pile of clothing waste the size of Mount Everest goes into the landfill?

In the EU, policymakers are working toward a world where, by 2030,  textile products will be durable and recyclable, free of hazardous substances, and produced with respect for both people and the planet. Fast fashion will be a thing of the past, clothes will no longer be destroyed or incinerated, and landfills will be relieved of usable garments consumers wrongly categorize as waste.

Someone who is taking dead stock and giving it new life is All Saints founder, Stuart Trevor, in his namesake brand.

Stuart joins Grace Hill to discuss why brands and retailers must stop overproducing and reconsider their approach to inventory management. 

In this episode, we dive into how to avoid the disastrous impacts of dead stock on both profit and the planet. Plus, Stuart explains the real-life and often shocking impact that inspired the ‘Stuart Trevor’ brand and why he enjoys the constraints of only using materials that already exist. 

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