Fashion coach is destroying unwanted items claimed by TikTok users. This week, a TikTok subscriber went viral within a week of accusing that strong brand’s coach. It purposefully devastates and discards undesired products, which shocked people on social media.
The fast-fashion firm’s harmful impact on the environment is reaching frightening proportions.
As per Vogue, 21 billion tonnes of fabrics end up in dumps every year. 60 percent of items of clothing are thrown less than a year after purchase. Moreover, 15 percent of all garment fabric is abandoned at the cutting production stage.
Furthermore, fast fashion emits gas emissions, employs deadly chemical dyes. That causes pollution to the oceans and rivers and adds to the rapid deforestation.
While many fashionable labels strive to be more environmentally and ecological. It seems that others are still placing tremendous and unneeded strain on the earth.
TIKTOK USERS MADE AN ALLEGATION: COACH DESTROYING UNWANTED ITEMS
In the week, an American TikTok originator named @thetrashwalker took to the platform. To make some disturbing statements about the International luxury design firm coach.
In the video, which was uploaded on Saturday (October 9th), she decided to show off some new coach handbags. That she received from some other TikTok user named @dumpsterdivingmom, who, as the name implies, finds stuff in bin bags.
“This is Coach’s policy. This is what they do with unwanted merchandise. They order an employee to deliberately slash it so no one can use it,” she claimed.
“And then they write it off as a tax write-off under the same loophole as if it were accidentally destroyed,” she continued.
Sad to say, Coach isn’t the only one who allegedly does this. In fact, numerous clothing brands have been exposed for ruining the unsold inventory. Such as including Louis Vuitton, Victoria’s Secret, Burberry, Nike, and H&M,
To protect their brand and uniqueness, fashion brands destroy, cutting, and tear down undesired brands.
TIKTOK USERS ARE CRITICIZING
Within a week of accusing that Coach devastates its undesired goods. The TikTok user went on to criticize their sustainable development strategy.
She then went to the Coach webpage and discovered the company’s “repair programme,”. It enables customers to transfer damaged Coach products directly to the business to be fixed.
“I’m gonna bring some of these into Coach and ask them to repair it for me because according to their website. They really care about the circular economy, and they really care about sustainability,” she joked.
TIKTOK USERS REACT TO THE ALLEGATIONS
The clip has received over 2.2 million views, with TikTok users expressing their anger in the comments section.
One person wrote: “Coach, you are the type of companies that are killing the planet for no reason other than corporate greed.”
“Thank you for calling out companies for their environmental impact. Coach, do better,” said another.
A third person added: “Coach purposefully destroying products doesn’t sound very circular to me.”
“Yikes, never buying from Coach again,” said another.
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