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Agnieszka Pazdykiewicz | Gdynia, Poland

Three friends at a bazaar where you can buy not only second-hand clothes, but also jewellery, handbags and second-hand shoes

The clothing industry is one of the planet's fastest growing polluters. The production of clothing and footwear is a major contributor to climate change, accounting for 10% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Sustainable fashion using second-hand clothing is gaining popularity among young people, who see the advantages of this way of dressing: creativity, freedom, self-expression, expression and being fashionable in clothes that someone has already worn before. And which it seems a shame to just throw away. Jakub and his friends buy their clothes from second-hand shops, second-hand markets or barter shops, creating original and unique outfits. Jakub has kept many of his grandmother's and grandfather's clothes. He uses them in his everyday clothes. They have sentimental value for him. For Jakub, clothes have no gender. The skirt is a frequent part of his daily outfit.



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