Keila Tyner, who has a PhD in textiles and clothing, and works as a personal stylist, writes an interesting piece for Quartz on the hidden dangers of fast fashion's rise in the United States. From ethical issues, environmental concerns and questions of quality, there's a lot to think about. "So what should shoppers do when faced with rising costs and the ethical dilemmas of cheap clothing?" she asks. "One option is to reconsider our approach to clothing by taking a cue from Europeans who have historically been more focused on quality rather than quantity."