Don Chang, Forever 21's founder and CEO, said in a statement: "With F21 Red, we are able to deliver greater quantities of the styles our customers seek, while maintaining the value with entry-level category price points Forever 21 is known for offering.” But, these price points go beyond all reasonable definitions of affordability. At the costs listed above, we could literally buy an entire outfit for less than we usually spend on lunch. What does it say about the value we truly place on fashion — and the people who make our garments — when prices drop so low, clothes are practically being given away? (Fashionista)
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