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6/ Disney employees are forced to wear tights under their skirts
Until 2010, women working at Disney would have been forced to wear tights under their skirts. Moreover, they would not be allowed to wear strappy tops, even in times of high heat waves! Mickey is hard.
7/ A law in France prohibiting women from wearing trousers was repealed in 2013 only
This law, which had fallen into oblivion, stipulated that every woman wishing to dress as a man must present herself to the Police for permission. This regulation had not been respected for a long time…
8/ The fashion industry is the second most polluting industry in the world after the oil industry
Textile ready-to-wear factories have to produce clothes faster and faster, at ever lower costs, including the use of very harmful chemicals (chlorine, ammonia, sulfuric acid, metals…) for our skin and for the environment. They also pollute the air, soil and water, which is also needed in large quantities to produce these garments.
9/The Stan Smith are the origin of the tennis shoes in tribute to the player Stanley Smith
Stan Smith, the sneakers that are loved by the young and old were created by Adidas for the American tennis player Stanley Smith, who was the best in this discipline at The time of their creation. Who said that fashion was not cultivated?
10/ An organisation exists to honour colonial clothing
Like a sect whose cult is clothing, the Sape (Society of Ambient and Elegant People) is a movement created in the Congo during the sixties, aiming at extolling the merits of chic. Besides, Beyoncé’s sister even paid homage to them in one of her titles.