When you Google sweatshop brands, it’s impossible to come across one that doesn’t mention H&M. H&M’s clothing is made primarily in Bangladesh, a country with a dark history when it comes to labor practices of its factory workers. The brand’s suppliers have consistently skimped on safety regulations for their employees, which has led to the deaths of hundreds of factory workers in the past few years alone. Yes, people who probably sewed the hems on your H&M jeans might have died in a factory fire, for disgustingly low wages. H&M claims that it will make sure its employees are paid a living wage by 2018, and their “green” friendly lines attempt to make their customers aware of the importance of environmentalism, but time will tell if H&M actually gets its you know what together so that more people don’t end up, uh, dead.