The True Cost: Fashion World seen from another perspective, and that many of us ignore

The theme of the fashion world, has been controversial for many years, relationships with art, celebrities, government, taboos are topics that many people today so far, are unknown. Documentary filmmaker Andrew Morgan expresses a harsh reality that we live today for all consumers of clothing, and do not mean that I will criticize performances, direction or whatever, I just like to share my views on this crucial issue. It’s a vicious circle, could I sum it like this, you need to see this documentary, and simply open your mind to be able to assimilate the information will reach the point of view of Andrew is very realistic, and gives the exact point that many of us could not see  because of  double-edged sword that is in fashion today. I am open to reading suggestions, comments, and also how to help in the fashion world, after you see this document.

Rent or own the film today! Visit http://truecostmovie.com for more details.
Available on DVD, Blu-Ray, iTunes, Amazon, or VHX.
Available on iTunes: http://apple.co/1EONAlN

The True Cost is a groundbreaking documentary film that pulls back the curtain on the untold story and asks us to consider, who really pays the price for our clothing?

Original Song ‘I Want It All’ by Natalie Taylor – Available on iTunes: http://apple.co/1DWdeBt

Director: Andrew Morgan
Producer: Michael Ross
Sound Mix & Design: Michael Flowe
Composer: Duncan Blickenstaff
Exec. Producers: Livia Firth & Lucy Siegle
Vincent Vittorio & Christopher L. Harvey

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  1. Unfortunately, It’s the price we pay for capitalism , we can almost say the same for every industry, It’s mind boggling. Look at the mining of Diamonds and or precious metals. yet we cherish shinny objects more than helping the homeless or caring for orphans. It’s a sad state of affairs indeed. Yet we look up to our leaders and praise Men Like Trump, all for the mighty dollar.
    It’s heart breaking. Don’t mean to be a Debbie downer but we really should take a closer look at ourselves and stop the madness. Films like this remind us but, we need to look in the mirror it starts with one.

  2. Reblogged this on and commented:
    Food and Clothing for thought!

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