If big brands were honest about what their product really is... here is what we might see.
Not as sunny of an environment as the models portray in their catalog. I think I saw that pattern on a shirt last time I was at the mall.
No one looks happy to be at work :( Perhaps because... it's slavery.
Women here leave their babies and children for most of their lives in order to work for under $1 a day trying to feed them.
Hundreds of people die every year... the retailers can afford to build new stores, but not to build a sustainable factory? Hmm... where are those millions of dollars going if the sweatshop workers only see 40 cents a day?
Factories collapse often, killing hundreds. The mentality is, there are plenty of new workers to be used, so it doesn't matter if some of them die in the process.
Working 14-16 hour days with little food. They get beaten regularly for simple requests such as a raise.
I do not think anyone here has ever seen an H&M store.