Garment workers in India, Bangladesh, Cambodia and Sri Lanka are protesting brands that have a history of exploitation.
Fast fashion emits more greenhouse gas emissions than international shipping and aviation combined, and it's getting worse
Not much has changed since 1,129 Bangladeshi garment workers died in the 2013 disaster. One photographer takes us inside the brutal working conditions still endured by people in the industry.
Three Years After a Factory Collapse Killed 1,130 Workers, This Brand is Still Making Clothes in Bangladesh
The Rana Plaza collapse in 2013 was not only an unprecedented tragedy in the clothing industry — it also drew attention to the countless fast-fashion brands worldwide that were making their clothes in similar conditions.
Sumzine is about buying less and buying better in a world consumed by fast fashion. We called up publisher Jamie Ortega to talk about the importance of buying sustainable gear and the zine's Kickstarter campaign.
Fast fashion is similar to fast food. Except, instead of screwing with your insides, it causes people in other parts of the world to work in shitty, sometimes deadly conditions.