By  on April 23, 2019

In the anonymous-looking entrance of the Amsterdam Fashion Institute deserted on a Thursday evening, a makeshift banner is draped on the staircase leading up to the classrooms. “Fashion shouldn’t cost the earth,” it reads in handpainted capital letters.

“I think I know which student is behind this,” said Peter Leferink, principal lecturer for the fashion and design department of the Dutch fashion school. “He’s probably struggling with the same questions a lot of other students are dealing with: Why am I here? What’s the value of fashion today?”

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