Classically as a society, when we think of marijuana, hippie stoners laying around eating bags of chips on a sofa come to mind. Marijuana, however, has a deep history and culture, evolving from spirituality to mainstream medicine.
Since the horrific Rhana Plaza collapse, consumers are starting to wake up to bullshit that is going behind the scenes and demanding brands to take responsibility of supply chains. This has been heightened by access to knowledge via social media and reports from not for profit organisations such as Baptist World Aid
Australia alone spent around $41.4 billion on online shopping just last year and that number is set to increase. Trend forecasters WGSN predict that not only will consumers continue to use technology to shop but will demand products from more purpose-driven brands.
Buy a piece of clothing you love that’s well made and wear it forever.