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Hung Huang: Sustainable fashion from traditional culture

By Li Wenrui | chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2019-10-18 14:47

It's easy to fall in love with the world of fashion. But it's hard to accept that it is one of the world's most polluting industries. The way our fabrics are made and our growing appetites fed by fast fashion, all lead to severe environmental challenges. China Daily talks with Hung Huang, a media figure who has covered the industry for 20 years, to search for a sustainable future for fashion.

As ambassador of the Franco-Chinese Month of the Environment, she is a strong believer in that economic growth and eco-protection can go hand-in-hand. If we look closely to today's aesthetics, sartorial practices inspired by traditional Chinese culture, may hold the answer.

Guest: Hung Huang

Reporter: Li Wenrui

Camera: Zhou Bing

Lighting: Yang Xiaoyu

Editing: Li Wenrui

Copy editors: Ian Goodrum; Jocelyn Eikenburg; Gu Xin

Subtitles: Sun Jiao

Producer: Li Wenrui

Executive producer: Feng Minghui

Contact the producer at liwenrui@chinadaily.com.cn

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