Fast Fashion Narrative - Ellie Muscat

Fast Fashion Narrative - Ellie Muscat

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  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Complication
  • “Help me, I am suffocating and I will haunt you until you fix me”
  • 3. Series of Events
  • MUM? DAD?
  • Ally is a courageous, bright 15 year old girl who is considered popular at her local high school, she had to keep us with fashion and beauty trends so people would idolise her. Excessive purchasing of trendy clothing items but then to get rid of the clothing items as soon as a new trend surfaced all made sense until one night she noticed something in the window . . . .
  • 4. Series of Events
  • As she approached the window she noticed a miniature, doll-like ballerina, however the ballerina did not seem healthy; she was covered in suffocating clothing and her face was all coloured with bruises. The ballerina muttered “Help me, I am suffocating and I will haunt you until you fix me”. Ally wanted to wake up from her “dream” but she pinched herself and realised the doll was real.
  • 5. Series of Events
  • I'm Sorry
  • Ally was terrified, she harshly pushed the doll out of the window and ran downstairs to her parents, only to realise her parents weren’t even home.
  • 6. Series of Events
  • The doll sat at the window of Ally’s bedroom waiting for her, Ally finally admitted defeat and opened the window. “Let me explain what is happening to me and how you can help”.
  • Let me explain what is happening to me and how you can help!
  • The doll started “I was once a normal doll like the ones upon your bookshelves, however, my person threw me out and I ended up in landfill.” “I’m sorry” interrupted Ally. “Well I am not done with my story yet, am I? At the landfill I noticed all of these excessive amounts of clothes in piles.
  • I thought I could cuddle with them to keep warm, however they suffocated me and I passed away. Now I work with God to help teach and preach about Fast Fashion to young girls and boys like you who don’t consider God’s creation when continuously purchasing new clothes”.
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