< „Sweat Shop - Dead Cheap Fashion“ gives us a glimpse on what really lays behind the jeans and t-shirts we most probably wear everyday.

Sweat Shop – Dead Cheap Fashion

Janine | 29. März 2016

Accompanied by three fashion bloggers, the five-piece documentary „Sweat Shop – Dead Cheap Fashion“ takes us all the way to Cambodia. Here, they witness the raw and real everyday struggles in the life  of a Cambodian seamstress, trying to make a living in the undeniable disastrous working conditions in one of the numerous factories, that are run by so called discount clothing labels.

The documentary even picks it up a notch with letting the bloggers experience these conditions firsthand, when letting them work an entire day in a factory, then sleeping on the floor of a tiny room which the seamstress calls home and prepping a meal for the entire family with one workdays pay.

With its continuous change of perspective „Sweat Shop“ manages to give us a glimpse on what really lays behind the jeans and t-shirts we most probably wear everyday.

Image: Aftenposten

Text / Translation: Janine

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