Makayla Wray rigged a hot dog cart and turned it into her mobile tailor shop. Surrounded by fast fashion brands and luxury stores in New York’s SoHo, she mends clothes on the spot to show people that their old clothes don’t have to add to the piles of waste created by the fashion industry.
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NYC Street Tailor Aims To Reduce Fast Fashion Waste