Most of us buy clothes on the net, but the price of cheap and fast-made clothes is much higher than we think.
Fashion created on the catwalk certainly affects a lot of shopping. However, this network, which has stores in every major city, with the same assortment set trends and what people put on themselves every day. Clothes in themselves are quite expensive first, and then after promotions cost pennies. How does it pay off?
It pays off because network companies often use exploitation and differences between rich and poor countries. Most factories in which over-working adults and children are in Bangladesh. Children work a dozen or so hours a day, they work for just a bit of money or for food. Often workers in such factories sleep at the workplace to take a few hours to rest.
When you do not want to work overtime, you are thrown out, and it is for many people not only a matter of starvation for them, but also for their families. Nobody there has heard about social care, about working hours and breaks for stretching or eating. H&M, ZARA, Nike are the foundation of this success. People working at these sewing machines die of fatigue and in accidents because no one cares about them. Die? They will be next.
Igor Dobrowolski, who wants to open up his eyes to this important issue, pointed out that the beautiful models of commercials and smiling models are people whose faces vainly look for a smile, who are working beyond their means to survive. They treat them like slaves, like robots.