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Sky launches “Junk – Armadi Pieni”, a docu-series about the serious impact of fast fashion

Sky launches “Junk – Armadi Pieni”, a docu-series about the serious impact of fast fashion

Sky is about to launch Junk – Armadi Pieni (tr. Junk – Full Closets), a new docu-series exploring the heavy polluting effects produced by fast fashion and our consumption habits. Co-produced by Sky and Italian media company Will Media, the 6-episode docu-series will debut on Tuesday, April 4th on demand on Sky, streaming on NOW and on Sky Italia’s YouTube channel. From Saturday, April 8th the docu-series will also be available on Sky TG24.

Junk – Armadi Pieni revolves around the environmental and social impact that excessive clothing consumption has on our planet. Each episode delves into a different consequence of clothing overconsumption, while exploring different countries affected by this phenomenon: from Chile and Ghana, which have become the world’s textile landfills, to Indonesia, where the production of artificial fibers is destroying the country’s biodiversity; from Bangladesh, where the country is still recovering from the collapse of Rana Plaza textile factory, to India, whose culture has been disrupted by cotton cultivation; and finally, the journey ends in Italy, to show less visible but nonetheless serious problems due to fast fashion.

Written and directed by Olmo Parenti and Matteo Keffer (A Thing By), Junk – Armadi Pieni is hosted by co-author Matteo Ward, entrepreneur and activist who researched the scientific content of the series.

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