Another day, another fast fashion garment factory tragedy. A fire killed 10 people at a garment factory in Bangladesh today, just six months after the factory building collapse that killed 1,100 people exposed the harsh and unsafe conditions in the country's garment industry. So, yes. People are still dying so you can buys shirts for $5 and designer copies. Factory director Emdad Hossain said 170 workers were inside when the fire started and most were able to escape. According to the AP, a correspondent who picked through the still smouldering wreckage found work order books containing names of clients in September including Gap, British retailer Next, and Swedish fashion label H&M, among others. According to statements from H&M and the Gap, their clothes were not made in the factory, but they admitted to placing orders with the owner, Palmal Industries.