Thus when we purchase new clothes, shoes, televisions, couches, they are clean, look good and make you feel good, but we do we ever see or feel the blood, sweat, tears and fears of the workers assembling and packaging our presents?
This is a tale of Internet titillation. It doesn't titillate me very much, but it illustrates how powerless celebrities are in the face of people in their pajamas, sitting at home, just making it all up.
This fall, the retailer is taking a gamble that American shoppers will love Joe Fresh as much as their northern counterparts do. But will New Yorkers, who have an overflow of fast fashion to pick from, buy what Joe is selling?
There is something so, how else to put this, Canadian about the most popular show of Toronto's LG Fashion Week consisting of clothes that rarely cost more than $100 and are available at the nation's largest grocery store chain.