Sure, nothing beats the adrenaline surge of nabbing a totally covetable piece at a fast fashion retailer for only a fraction of what it would cost elsewhere, but H&M’s new initiative is a price raise we can actually get behind. That’s because H&M wants to better the conditions for their factory workers in Bangladesh. You probably remember reading about those horrifying fires that killed 1,130 people and injured 800 more when a textile mill collapsed last April. Since then, the criticism about the true cost of fast fashion has been mounting, and it appears retailers are finally starting to listen.
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