Inside the world of ‘Junk Kouture’

Inside the world of 'junk kouture'

Good Morning America published this video item, entitled “Inside the world of ‘Junk Kouture'” – below is their description.

A design program tackles fashion’s carbon footprint with couture. ABC News’ Climate Unit Managing Editor, Ginger Zee, sits down with two students who are transforming trash into wearable treasure.

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