The rise and fall of plastic

"I love Los Angeles. I love Hollywood. They're beautiful. Everybody's plastic, but I love plastic. I want to be plastic." When Andy Warhol hailed the world's most ever-present synthetic material, he envisioned a world charging toward a vacantly beautiful future filled with silicon breasts, small talk at cocktail parties, and vapid personalities. He never could've foreseen that such a seemingly perfect, useful product could destroy the atmosphere, suffocate children, and annihilate fashion's sense of right and wrong. Plastic, as we know it, is almost single-handedly ruining the world. And fashion's just the latest victim.

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