Ethical shopping has been a widely discussed topic lately – most of us could easily name these “bad” brands that employ children in sweatshops. We engage in various social actions against it, protests, boycotts, campaigns, etc. However, what we have not thought about much is the fact that simple solutions won’t arise just by boycotting sweatshops. Huffington Post’s Highline presents a longform feature The Myth of the Ethical Shopper about the unethical games fashion brands play and the no-rules approaches they use. This immersive read is accompanied with moving illustrations, which also contribute to the intensity of the topic. You won’t find interactivity here, but the content should be an eye-opener.