It was only a matter of time before someone started a new fashion trend for the ages.
And it’s just the beginning of an ugly trend.
It’s called “toxic clothing,” a term that’s becoming increasingly popular in the fashion world.
And this year, the trend is making headlines and the media.
Here are 10 things to know about the new trend:1.
The “toxicity” part: The “cure” of “toxigenic” clothing is that it will “cleanse” your body of pollutants and toxins, says Stephanie Zuber, founder of the fashion label Toxigenicity.
It has been used by the likes of the Kardashians, Kanye West, and Rihanna.
And many are now looking to try it out on themselves.
But the term is a bit of a misnomer, according to Zuber.
It doesn’t mean you’re going to feel clean.
Instead, it means that you will be cleaner than you were before.
That’s because the chemicals used in the garments have been linked to cancer, and a 2012 study found that one in six women exposed to industrial chemicals would develop cancer in their lifetime.
So, in theory, it should be very effective at removing toxins from your body.
But it’s not, according Zuber: “You don’t get a lot of detoxification.”
Zuber says it’s important to remember that toxins are the body’s way of trying to keep us healthy.2.
The new trend isn’t just bad for the environment.
It also means the fashion industry is moving into the age of the super-rich, which is a dangerous trend, Zuber explains.
“I don’t know of anyone who wants to wear something that’s going to be harmful to their health,” she says.
“The super-wealthy are a very different group from everyone else, and it’s dangerous to them to have these toxic garments on their bodies.”
The trend has the potential to impact your pocketbook.
As of January 1, you’ll have to shell out $8,000 for a garment from a designer that you may have already purchased.
That means you can’t just take a jacket, pants, or shorts and put them on without paying the $9,000-plus price tag.
And that’s not even including the costs of washing, drying, and ironing.
The problem with these expensive pieces is that they’re not designed for the average person.
They are meant for the super rich, according Toxigens, who recommends paying attention to the quality and material, especially if you’re not from the rich-world, or if you want something that will last longer.
“Toxic clothing is the new normal,” Zuber adds.
“We’re entering a time when there are a lot more high-tech clothing options than there ever have been before.
But these toxic materials are very dangerous, and they are designed for a certain class of people.”4.
What you need to know before you buy: There’s a wide variety of “high-tech” clothing available to consumers, from suits to jackets, Toxogenicity says.
But if you don’t want to be caught off guard by a new trend, you should check with a designer before you decide to buy.
“You can get the same clothes on eBay for a fraction of the price,” Zube says.
If you want to make sure you’re buying from a reputable source, you can get all the details and reviews from the brands that are listed.5.
If there are any concerns about your clothes, it may be best to wash them yourself.
Zuber recommends washing your clothes with a soft cloth, because that will help the chemicals in the clothing “swear off” the fabric and make it more comfortable to wear.6.
If your clothing is toxic, you might have to find a new brand to buy from.
The best way to find out if you need help with your clothing purchase is to go to the manufacturer’s website, Zube explains.
If the company has a special program for buying toxic items, they’ll likely have a special coupon that can help you get the clothes for less than $100.
If that doesn’t work out, you may need to shop online.
You can also check the store’s inventory online.
But Zuber cautions: “Don’t assume that because the designer has a discount, you will get a better price.”7.
If a brand does have a discount program, Zub says it may not be a great option for you.
“If they’re charging you $100, you’re paying $400,” she explains.
For instance, Zun says that if the company offers an $80 off discount, that may not make sense for you if you already have $400 in your bank account.
Zub adds that you might also be better off trying a brand online, rather than by going to the store.
“When you go online, you get a whole lot of information,” she tells