Leeds opting for vintage fashion

A vintage store in Leeds says “more people are turning to vintage fashion”

The fashion industry produces 10% of all carbon emissions which is making people look at the alternatives.

Blue Rinse in Leeds is one store prioritising vintage clothing as a sustainable alternative to high street fashion.

Inside a shop from a higher angle showing people looking at the items.
Vintage fashion is an alternative to the traditional ‘fast fashion’.

Kaitlyn Bullen, Blue Rinse Brand Manager said: “Our customers always talk about their desire to be more sustainable and ethical”.

As well as generally being cheaper, ‘vintage fashion’ is also a new way of wearing old clothes.

“Everyone is really into our recycle range and they really like that we’re taking clothes that would end up in a landfill and making something new out of them.”

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