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No one can deny the high level of progress Reformation has made in the world of sustainable fashion. But no true progress can be made without at least some critique.

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Time stamps:
00:00 – Intro
01:12 – Window shop
07:00 – Reformation’s background
07:28 – What makes them stand out?
09:00 – Haul culture
09:46 – Size exclusion
10:48 – Elitism
12:10 – Factory outsourcing
13:08 – Can a brand grow sustainably?

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Articles/pages mentioned in this video:

https://www.newyorker.com/culture/on-and-off-the-avenue/virtue-and-vanity-at-reformation
https://www.vogue.com/article/reformation-eco-fashion-ethical-label
https://www.thereformation.com/pages/factories
https://www.thereformation.com/categories/climate-credits

Videos for reference:
Reformation factory tour: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JWWsLXpO0Vw

(Sorry my screen recorder got a little glitchy for some parts)

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  1. Rebecca McGibbon

    Great video! I just want to put this out there I live refs jeans they are like the nicest jeans ever but I wouldn't buy their dresses because most of them are dry clean only

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  2. em

    THE CLOTHES HAVE NO LINING??
    edit: I understand that most linings in fast fashion are like. rly cheap polyester? why can’t they line their dresses w something else

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  3. Kimberly Silva

    Loved your video!!

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  4. Saaya

    i feel like sustainability should not only be how it's made, but also how useful (?) it is? Like if you can wear something only once, that's not sustainable, that's literally a throw-away product. Their clothes also look very, i guess, trendy? I know nothing about trends, but their stuff doesn't look like it will be worn for years and years and years, just alone from how fragile it looks.
    To me, Reformation is for rich ppl trying to make themselves look better, so it's all bullshit

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  5. Casi R.

    you basically said everything ive been thinking about reformation since i found them on pinterest. im not even from the northern hemisphere so i can barely dream of owning a reformation dress, but i always kind of knew that they wouldnt fit me anyways. and as you said, theres something so weird about how many of their clothes are undoubtely pretty, but also so…. unfriendly? like, they have no lining, is made in really small sizes, dont look like they can withstand a wider set of bust or hips, you cant wear them with bras… its more like a fantasy than anything else. i feel like it has more in common with runway dresses, in that sense, than even with big label stuff like Zara or Gucci or those brands i dont know much about. and, at the same time, reformation isnt that game changing in its designs!
    anyways, i particularly liked your last point about whether a brand can grow sustainably. its a very difficult issue, and one id love to see being tackled in more depth. right now, besides thrifting and buying second-hand through online instagram accounts, the most "ethical" way ive found to get new clothes has been to directly go to a seamstress?? modist??? (i dont know the term in english), buy the fabric myself, show her what i have in mind and hear her feedback, and have it tailored to my measurements. its not particularly cheap, but tbh i feel its both more transparent and more worth the cost. in this cade you know exactly whats going on in the process. and of course then theres the concept of making your own clothes… but then one gets into the fabric manufacturing business, and thats a whole other thing.
    finally i just wanted to add that i really enjoyed this video and the ideas you discussed. also i really love that butterfly necklace, its so cute

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  6. that bitch Lisa

    Omg you are the channel I needed

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  7. Christine Shen

    LMAO “unlined, saves fabric, guess that’s sustainable” 😂😂😂

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  8. Cosmic Warrior

    Ok cruise joke before we go any further 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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  9. Ms Molly.S

    Hey, first time hearing about this brand,will check it out, thank you. Just connected to your channel, please visit mine to show some support, thank you 😊

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  10. Avery Home Decor

    I like your personality and enjoyed watching. I am excited to join your family. Please visit mine when you get a chance. Have a great day my friend.

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  11. Fides D

    You're so kind babe, stating size 20 is plus size. In the UK, 16+ is plus size which is hilarious cos 14-16 is the average size of womxn here????? LOL

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  12. Princess Roja

    Here to support you dear #52 hope you come to visit my home n say something abt my content ❤️

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  13. SOCIALLY MineTube

    I never heard of Reformation but I will sure look them up. Excellent Video. Keep them coming! 💕❤

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