To Dye For by Alden Wicker is a well-researched and eye-opening book that exposes the dangers of the fashion and textile industry. It highlights the presence of harmful chemicals in clothing and the impact on human health and the environment. The author provides accessible information and encourages readers to be more conscious consumers. This book is a call to action for policy changes and a better world.Best for
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This is a fascinating, well-researched and well-written book dealing with an issue that affects every single one of us, yet most people know nothing about.
Easy to read and very eye opening.I have very sensitive skin, itching and this book gave me some ideas as to what maybe causing it. 👍🏻
Eye opening on fashion and textile industry. Will never ever buy the same way as before reading this book. We threw out immediately several fabric after reading it.
It’s really important to get the information out there, and it shows how much research and thought went into this book! Highly recommend.
Halfway through and can’t put it down!!
Absolutely engrossing, and so important. If you’re a consumer, you have to read this.
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