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Fashion Photos Against Social Injustice (Slideshow)

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Jessica Jabroux, editor of Style Quotidien, suggests that this photo series “will have more impact to the viewer because it isn’t sanctimonious or preachy.”

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3:48AM PDT on Sep 16, 2012

You don't know where your clothes are made. In order for a designer to claim their clothes were made in a fair trade or European country, they just need to have the garment sent to these countries where the garment will be stitched with a couple of stitches and the label can legally read: Made in ____. It hides the real truth of the garment's manufacture as that of being in a place where the workers are underpaid or exploited.

12:21PM PDT on Sep 4, 2012

I think it's an interesting idea, but it really didn't seem that powerful image wise to me.

12:21PM PDT on Sep 4, 2012

I think it's an interesting idea, but it really didn't seem that powerful image wise to me.

4:16PM PDT on Aug 13, 2012

If the people working in sweat shops had better opportunities then they would not be there, of course it is not just but the answer is not buying expensive clothes where the gap between the workers and sellers is even bigger... at this point, without being aware of organised labor by the workers themselves, I have no answer.

6:47PM PDT on Aug 5, 2012

I think these are great! My problem is that it is so hard to find clothes that really are "fair-trade" (or whatever the right word is). Even quite expensive clothes from swanky shops are usually poorly made in China or similar.

1:37AM PDT on Jul 28, 2012

I think these photos do make an impact - I'm just surprised that they appear in a Fashion Mag. ..... almost like shooting yourself in the foot.

The vast majority of these comments seem to be from people who sew their own clothes at home.
Oh - I'm mistaken .....
What they are doing is that they refusing to believe that people in China working long hours in sweatshops producting clothing that they wear - are paid a living wage. Don't fool yourself!

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