Zara ‘Detox’ Action in Hong Kong

Three Greenpeace activists camouflage themselves becoming “invisible” in a Zara shop window in central Hong Kong and unfurl a banner reading “Invisible fashion victim”. They are representing the hidden victims of the pollution caused by the fashion brand.
Zara brand clothing products are featured in the Greenpeace report entitled “Toxic Threads – The Big Fashion Stitch-Up” detailing how big brands are forcing consumers to buy clothes that contain hazardous chemicals and that contribute toward toxic water pollution both when they are made, and when they are washed.


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