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Save the Duck and Dyne’s NYFW Sustainable FW18 Collection Asked the Right Questions and Gave Us Answers

The New York show from New York-based label Dyne and its collaboration with the sustainable, animal-free label, Save the Duck, was a confident demonstration of the two’s commitment to pushing the fashion industry onto a more sustainable, credible footing, as well as a comment on today’s overall political and social climate. The collection featured cruelty-free outerwear, with faux fur [
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