‘Made in Cambodia’ explores the human cost of cheap clothes

Fashion design students meet garment factory workers in “Made in Cambodia,” now streaming on Salon Premium

Be warned: watch “Made in Cambodia” on Salon Premium and you may never look at the clothes in your closet the same way again. But that’s a good thing. Asad Faruqi was enlisted by the non-profit organization, Remake, to direct a film that follows three New York City Parsons fashion school students as they travel to Cambodia to examine the conditions of garment workers.

Read the full story: https://www.salon.com/2018/04/11/made-in-cambodia-explores-the-human-cost-of-cheap-clothes/

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