BBC/Quicksilver Media/Taslima Akhter ‘Clothes To Die For’ is a documentary on BBC2 about the people affected by Rana Plaza, we spoke to Zara Hayes the film’s director, about why she decided to make the film, the importance of education and what she thinks about the label ‘Made in Bangladesh’. Why did you decide to make a documentary about Rana Plaza?
Rana Plaza is the largest industrial disaster of the 21st century and one of the biggest industrial tragedies ever. It is such
Fashion is in turns captivating, distracting, satisfying, sometimes bringing a bit of the extraordinary to every day life, and often connecting people and cultures with wonderful results. It is amazing to think that an industry that has often been described as frivolous spans so much of the world and impacts so many people and places – perhaps more than most industries. It is not known exactly how many people currently work in the multi-trillion dollar global fashion industry