It's been almost a year since the deadliest accident in garment working history. The Rana Plana factory in Bangladesh produced clothes for the impossibly cheap fashion chains that have come to dominate American middle class shopping habits. Fast fashion is an easy way to scratch our acquisition itch in this scrimpy economy. But there is a price, and if we're going to feed this machine, we cannot responsibly ignore it. Since the collapse of Rana Plaza, many of the brands named in this video have signed the Bandgladesh Fashion Accord to improve workers' safety conditions. But this video raises other ethical questions about those impossibly low prices. Clothes don't make themselves. They are made by people, mostly women. Are our gains their losses?