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Gender-fluid fashion, the ‘new’ exciting trend.

Ever since the 1st World War, with women battling their stations and adapting to the era, the term uni-sex flourished. However there is a big difference between wearing pants due to extreme conditions and feeling comfortable, more importantly yourself in them. The term uni-sex is thrown around without much reflection. Women wearing hoodies, pants and t-shirt can be classified as uni-sex fashion. Gender-fluidity on the other hand is linked to the recognition of one’ s self. Meaning dress how you feel, not what society expects. Yes, wear a hoodie, a skirt; it doesn’t matter, as long if that’s a representation of your true self! So why now? Why is it buzzing at this day and age?  To put it frankly:...

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Fast fashion is out, second-hand is in!

People are more interested in sustainable clothing than ever before. We all know how devastating the production of clothing is for our environment and planet. According to UK NGO Waterwise, the production of a new pair of jeans and t-shirt can use up to a shocking 20,000 liters of water (it would take the average human being 13 years to drink that amount of water). Not shocked enough yet?A study conducted by WRAP (the Waste and Resource Action Programme) showed that 1/3 of the average UK wardrobe hasn’t been touched in a year. Think about it. How often do you buy new clothes? How often do you wear the same items? We realize that the majority of Czech people still...

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Meet the team behind Young Dust.

The founders are a pair of childhood friends that have known each other for over 15 years. Going through the French high school in Prague together they know each other in and out......

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