This month, Spanish artist Yolanda Dominguez brought a stark representation of Bangladesh’s horrific Rana Plaza building collapse to a packed shopping district in Milan with a “live” performance that underscored the real fashion victims of unethical clothing production. Inspired by the April 24th disaster that claimed the lives of at least 1,127 garment workers, Dominguez “buried” well-dressed women under piles of debris, their projecting limbs a clear evocation of the images of mangled bodies that emerged in the tragedy’s aftermath.