We love the concept for visualising the barrier between worker and consumer.

We are quite excited about this new documentary initiated by Norway’s largest newspaper Aftenposten where three teenage Norwegian fashion bloggers are sent to Cambodia to live the lives of subcontracted fast fashion garment workers for a month. The five-part online mini series is not just another attempt to bring poor working conditions to the spotlight but a new way of communicating it to the Western fashion consumer by incorporating people they can relate to. We love the concept for visualising the barrier between worker and consumer (but also worker and worker) within the industry – touching upon to the root problem of sustainability in fashion – and look forward to seeing the full series. More here. /Ada Källgren

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