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All of the clothes, shoes and handbags in this photo essay are trashes I collected from seashores. It's astonishing that, although these trashes come from different place and time, they match with each other so easily, as if they were ditched in suits. This reveals how ubiquitous fashion trashes are.

In the era of fast fashion, wardrobe seasons increase from 2 to 20 a year. Nowadays, there are 52 seasons, it's common to see new items arriving weekly in the fashion retail stores.

The ways we buy fashion have changed. We no longer cherish clothes, and the quality of clothes is not built to last either.

Fashion trashes are the ultimate embodiment of unsustainable modern consumer culture.