How to Shop secondhand in Hong Kong Video

by HULA , June 6, 2019


Watch a new Redress x Green Is The New Black video about shopping secondhand in Hong Kong. With textile production set to account for 25% of all global carbon emissions by 2050, any trend toward a circular economy is beneficial and it’s our mission to try to convert more consumers to shopping secondhand in Asia. According to research firm The Green Story, buying one used item reduces its carbon footprint by 82% and if that wasn’t enough information to change habits, if 1 million women bought their next item of clothing secondhand we would save 6million KG carbon pollution (1 million women).

This video was presented by sustainable fashion advocate Gloria Yu and of course featuring HULA!