Sustainable fashion a big passion for more youth these days

Co-founders of Beauty Pantry, Kimberly Ong (left) and Sarah Bennett. ST PHOTO: TIMOTHY DAVID
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SINGAPORE - Let it be known that millennials are doing more than just spending money on avocado toast.

In the last two years, at least three youth collectives have sprung up, with causes ranging from promoting second-hand fashion and beauty, to creating slow-fashion pieces with a smaller carbon footprint.

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