The True Cost Film Screening

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Being a fashion blogger has opened my eyes to a lot about the fashion industry—not all of it good. You may have noticed that I love to attend clothing exchanges and I love supporting local designers and small businesses. I also don’t wear animals. People, animals, and the earth are important but they are often exploited in the name of business.

true costLast year I watched The True Cost, and I learned a lot about the human and environmental impacts of the fashion industry. The film sheds light on the wasteful nature of fast fashion and the horrible working conditions in the factories where cheap clothing is made.

This groundbreaking documentary asks the simple question: “Who made my clothes?” It features activists and green fashion companies too (it’s not all grim). And it drives home the obvious fact that no one should die making the styles we love to wear.

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1 Response to The True Cost Film Screening

  1. Ileana says:

    You were right, dear Carmen. I watched the trailer of The True Cost film and was very impressed by the huge gap between the poor people not having any choice but to be slave in completely improper, even deadly, work conditions and the flourishing big money maker fashion industry using without remorse the beautiful dresses made by the hands of those slaves! It is a terrifying reality and it must be stopped!
    I have Netflix and will watch the entire film very soon.
    ❤️ Ileana

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