We cannot deny that Zara clothes we all love. Not only because they are modern but also because of the incredible prices. The store allows us to wear clothes very similar to those we see on the catwalks but at a fraction of the price. But what would you think if I told you that many of those fabulous pieces that you possibly have in your closet were made by workers who are not receiving any payment? Apparently that is what is happening in a factory in Turkey, where they make some of the Zara pieces and whose employees are reporting that they have not been paid in a long time for their services.
To demonstrate their discontent and incidentally let Zara customers know what is happening, the employees of the Bravo manufacturing factory decided to put labels on the pieces that said, “I made this piece that you are going to buy, but they have not they paid for it."
According to those affected, the factory that closed its doors suddenly, owes them about three months of work, as well as some commissions.
The multimillion-dollar Spanish chain of stores has not made any statement in this regard even though it has been contacted by various means.
So it is time to look for the pieces that you have bought in this store to see if one of them was made in this factory and if in case some also have the shocking and moving message of the workers. What a pity!