The True Cost
The True Cost follows the story behind where our clothes are made and the impact the industry is having on the world.
It’s the documentary that changes lives. Quite literally, we have yet to meet an ethical fashion blogger who didn’t start because they watched this documentary.
The documentary begs the question #whomademyclothes, and as a result, reveals the real human and environmental costs that have occurred out of our desire for ‘must have’ cheap clothing.
If you haven’t watched The True Cost, stop what you’re doing and head here to watch it.
Not yet convinced? Here’s the trailer.
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