Who’s the fashion victim? Fashion is big part of everyone lives, whether you think so or not so. Fashion is a way to express yourself, it’s a form of art. It can be worrying and stressful for many people. It’s also known for it scandalise headlines about its size zero models and alarming effects on everyday people. But it’s behind the scenes that are terrifying, countries in which is poverty strict ion are being exploited Ever wonder where you clothes are made?
Nearly half (45%) of 7,000 consumers question did not believe claims made by high street chains about there production methods. The research followed recent reports in which criticized the poor working conditions of employee’s overseas making clothes bound of the UK stores. The finding from TNS work panel fashion found that people over 55 were most sceptical about retailer’s ethnical claims. This age group was also the most likely to think about technical issues when buying clothes, with 34% looking at country or origin before making a purchase. The under 25s were least concerned with six out of 10 buying clothes they wanted without caring where they were produced
For the adults and children that work at factories life is not easy. The work in factories is often the best and highest paid they can get. In china people are illegally forced to pay there first months wages, which they lose if they leave after a year. Nearly 75% of Indonesian Nike workers quit they jobs per year having been deceived about the boot camp conditions violations of minimum wage and overtime laws, higher costs of living near factories.
Clothing in china is usually done by old and 25 there fired for beginning to old. There forced to work seven days week, often past midnight for 12 to 28 cents a hour with no benefits or that the women are housed in dirty dormitories, is to a room and fed with thin rice gruel. The workers are kept under 24- hour –a –day surveillance and can be fired for even discussing factory conditions....