In Pakistan, Karachi Fashion Week provides a kind of sanctuary, but outside its bubble Hailey finds the forces working to eradicate the progressive culture it represents.
The capitol city of Kinshasa in the Congo is a fashionable place and a runway for its citizens. Fashion can serve as either a means for progress or a distraction from social tensions within the country.
With Venezuela's history of violence and protest Hailey finds that beauty is most popular if dangerous.
In Russia, buying a fur coat is almost a rite of passage; despite the sanctions on western fashion the demand for luxury clothing continues to grow in the region.
Fashion week offers Palestinians some freedom of self-expression, Hailey explores how a country seeking sovereignty defines itself through culture.
Hailey visits China to discover how they design goods for the west and what really goes on behind the "Made in China" label.
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