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Trash Queen "Buy Nothing Day" Street Performance in Taipei (Video) 

Trash Queen "Buy Nothing Day" Street Performance in Taipei (Video) 

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On the weekend after Black Friday, Greenpeace Taipei launched a campaign in an effort to raise awareness about the effects of people’s shopping habits.
The campaign took the form of a 2.5 meter tall woman performer on stilts who wore a dress made of recycled clothing and a shopaholic squad.
They strolled in busy commercial area and held bags with a sign that read “Today’s Fast Fashion Tomorrow’s Garbage”.

The performance art was created to highlight findings, which showed that each Taiwan citizen owns
around 75 pieces of clothing – yet 20 per cent of these items were seldom worn by their owner.
From a recent Greenpeace study, it showed that the business model of fast fashion industry is one of the causes of irresponsible consumer behavior. 
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