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WE ARE FASHION REVOLUTION

ON APRIL 24 2013, 1133 PEOPLE WERE KILLED AND OVER 2500 WERE INJURED WHEN THE RANA PLAZA FACTORY COMPLEX COLLAPSED IN DHAKA, BANGLADESH. 

SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CATASTROPHES IN OUR FASHION SUPPLY CHAIN CONTINUE. 

FASHION REVOLUTION SAYS ENOUGH IS ENOUGH.

 

 
 

WE BELIEVE IN A FASHION INDUSTRY
THAT VALUES PEOPLE,THE
ENVIRONMENT, CREATIVITY AND
PROFIT IN EQUAL MEASURE.

OUR MISSION IS TO
BRING EVERYONE 
TOGETHER
TO MAKE THAT HAPPEN.

-FASHIONREVOLUTION.ORG

 
 
Who Made My Clothes?
 

BE CURIOUS.

Find out who made your clothes - from who spun the threads, to who sewed them together, to who grew the cotton in the first place. 

Last year, in over 60 countries around the world, tens of thousands of people participated in the first Fashion Revolution Day on April 24 2014. 

 

THIS YEAR WE want to go even bigger. 

 

CELEBRATE AND SUPPORT THE ARTISANS WHO MADE YOUR CLOTHES

MEET IX STYLE 

mADE BY ARTISANS IN GUATAMALA

MEET NETTIE KENT

MADE IN THE USA

MEET SOKO

MADE BY ARTISANS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD

MEET DESSU

MADE IN NYC

 

 

More ways to get involved

Meet the Maker

Check out the blog and discover the stories behind the people who made your clothes. 

Events

Find out what's happening in your city and go to a Fashion Revolution Day event!

Trump Card Game

Use the Fashion Revolution Day Trump Card Game to find out how ethical your garments are. Invite your friends!

Follow The Things

Who makes the things we buy? Few of us seem to know. They seem untouched by human hands. At followthethings.com you can find out who has followed what, why and how. 

Quiz

Play the Fashion Revolution Day Quiz to test your knowledge! Learn some interesting facts and think more about Who Made My Clothes. For quiz answers, email education@fashionrevolution.org. 

Further Reading

Check out the Further Reading list for links to useful websites for further information about ethics and sustainability in fashion.