Multimedia

Multimedia (6)

The garment industry is served by complex supply chains that connect people from different countries across the globe. The resources in this section give a unique insight into the people and processes that create our clothes.

This short slideshow follows a day in the life of a group of women workers employed at the Shen Zhou garment factory in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, a supplier for Adidas's 2012 Olympics range.

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Mirza is a garment worker in Delhi, India. This short film, which is available to view online, focuses on her home and family life. Garment workers in Asia desperately need their wages to be increased. But often, when workers win their struggle to improve their wages and conditions in one country, companies relocate to countries…

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Fashion connects us to people across the world. Fashion students - the next generation of industry players - can have a role in transforming the industry so that in the future beautiful clothes are produced whilst respecting the rights of people and the planet. This short film, which is available to watch online, introduces Fashioning…

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This BBC Three series from May 2008 saw six young fashion addicts swap shopping on the high street with working in India's cotton fields and clothes factories. They find out whether they could handle a sewing machine and meet the target of two garments a minute. Discover whether their experience changed their throwaway attitude to…

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    'We Shop - Who Pays?' has been produced by the Swedish Fair Trade Centre. The film spotlights Swedish fashion companies, H&M in particular, but the practices' shown in the film are common throughout the fashion industry. The film focuses on textile, garment and shoe production in Tirupur, South India and considers a number…

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This fascinating film follows sixteen-year-old Jasmine a thread-cutter at the Lifeng Factory, one of dozens of denim manufacturers in Shaxi, South China. As she puts it, she makes the big and fat jeans we wear. 'Shot clandestinely, China Blue paints a nuanced, thorough and ultimately moving portrait of the daily lives of the anonymous young…

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