Do you dare to face the person who made your shirt?


Do you dare to face the person who made your shirt?

Two well-known Swedish fashion bloggers encounter Cambodia’s dirty textile industry which now appears the reality of the contemporary fashion industry.

Bloggers Sarah Tjulander and Lisa Tellbe get to test how it is to work as a textile worker in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. They leave their glamorous everyday lined with camera flashes to be thrown into a tough reality where low wages are not enough to live a decent life. Meeting with the low-wage world becomes emotional. They hit the factories that testify to the unsustainable situation and promise to do everything they can to change the situation for the vulnerable. Here, viewers follow their path from tourists to activists. Check their website:


Fashion bloggers Tjulander Sarah and Lisa Tellbe go to Phnom Penh in Cambodia to find out more about how the textile industry works. They have no idea what awaits them.

The shock

Textile worker Phearith, 28, rents a room of 8 square meters in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Here, Sarah and Lisa Tjulander Tellbe stay overnight before a new day at the factory begins.

The insight

The work period is over and Sarah Tjulander and Lisa Tellbe receive their salary for the days when the textile factory. They forced pinching pennies.On the Resource meet the women who sew clothes sold by H & M.

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