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Fast fashion needs freezing out by ethical investors

OPINION: Our own Hallenstein Glasson Holdings needs to greatly improve its transparency if it wants a social licence to operate.

NBR senior journalist Dita De Boni speaks with Nicholas Pointon.

Dita De Boni Wed, 24 May 2023

Glassons and Hallenstein Bros have long been ubiquitous in New Zealand for their cut-priced threads. They’re affordable to most, and as central to those needing their first formal shirt for a family wedding as to those awakening to fashion trends as a result of being glued to TikTok.

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