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So-called ultrafast fashion has won legions of young trend-setting fans who snap up relatively cheap clothes online amid surging inflation, but the booming genre masks darker environmental problems.

Britain's Boohoo, China's SHEIN and Hong Kong's Emmiol operate the same internet-based business model — produce items and collections at breakneck speed and rock-bottom prices.

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