This story shows parts of the darker side of todays India´s economic success story. The deeper importance of this reportage and others on similar topics is to remind us on existing social grievances and connect them to our daily lifes. Globalization shrinks the world and we have to remember that we all are part of the situation as we are all buying and wearing clothes manufactured in countries like India, Bangladesh, Cambodia and many others. It´s time to start reconsidering our way of consumption: The real Fashion victims are the ones that are drudging under inhuman conditions for other people´s clothes!
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Photographer: Florian Müller
Call for Entries on Narrative Documentary Honorable Mention
Exhibit Title: Fashion Victims: Other people´s clothes
Location: Gujarat, India
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