This Machine Selling T-Shirts For Only 2 Euros, But Nobody Wanted To Buy.. Reason Will Shock You
A non-profit identified Fashion movement developed a fantastic social experiment that pushed people to reexamine the way they shop for their clothes. A merchandising machine they placed in Berlin offers passers-by shirts just for 2 Euro (approximately $2.19), but there was clearly a surprise discover… they first had to watch a video about the exploited sweatshop workers that make cheap clothing feasible.
The video was launched on April 24th, or Fashion Revolution Day. This day commemorates the failure of the Rana Plaza in Bangladesh in 2013, which murdered over 1,000 garment workers who was simply producing clothing for American brands in dangerous conditions. The employees at such industries are usually underage, and most are also underpaid and over-worked. Fashion Revolution wants to encourage people to start asking them questions regarding their clothes, like where they certainly were made and under what environment they were made.
However, no one was purchasing them…
The machine displayed who was behind inexpensive clothing we buy:
…for as little as 13 cents an hour
Here’s the full video:
This should to be share!