If you could see the impoverished face of the person sewing your fast fashion, would you still swipe your card at the register?
On last week's Fashion Revolution Day, a date that marks the anniversary of Bangladesh's Rana Plaza factory collapse, Fashion Revolution placed a neon vending machine in the middle of Berlin's Alexanderplatz.
The screen prompted visitors to purchase a t-shirt for €2 before they were shown the woman who spends 16 hours a day making them.
When each person was given the chance to confirm his or her purchase or donate the money, the choice was clear. Fashion Revolution pushes us all to ask, who made my clothes?