Reality show Love Island dumps fast fashion sponsor for Ebay – Vogue Business

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Move over I Saw It First and Missguided, Love Island’s head has been turned. After facing public backlash for promoting fast fashion, the reality show has inked a deal with Ebay to kit out this year’s contestants in preloved clothing.
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