VICE News joined a conservation NGO as it tracked illegally logged wood from forests in southern Cambodia to a factory in Phnom Penh which makes clothes for brands including GAP and Timberland.
By VICE News
VICE News visits the downtown Los Angeles showroom of Barabas, a men’s apparel company that makes the eclectic paisley shirts made famous by El Chapo following his interview with Sean Penn in Rolling Stone.
Half a million people work in Cambodia's garment industry, making items for Western brands in exploitative and risky conditions — but just getting to work can be the most dangerous part of their day.
ASOS has a warehouse in South Yorkshire, England. Workers there told VICE News that bullying is rife, safety rules are ignored, and managers refuse to allow unions access.
By Kayla Ruble
It's not G.I. Joe's Snake Eyes or a Star Wars villain, but a strong new look unveiled in Beirut this week by Hezbollah, according to photos and tweets posted on social media.
By John Holman
Designer Miguel Caballero has forged his own niche where clothes combine style and the ability to stop a slug.