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How We’re Getting Involved In Fashion Revolution Week!

by: Well Made Clothes Staff | 3 years ago | News

Image: a garment worker at Freeset, a certified organic cotton, fair trade producer in India, who we collaborated with for our Gender Equal Tote Bags (all profits from the sale of our Gender Equal Tote Bags are being donated to Freeset's Gateway Project: a building at the entrance to the red light district in Kolkata which will provide essential services to women trapped in sex slavery). 

Fashion Revolution Week (April 24th to April 30th) marks the anniversary (April 24th, 2013) of the collapse of the Rana Plaza complex in Dhaka, Bangladesh, during which over 1,000 garment factory workers were killed.

The Fashion Revolution initiative was started to raise awareness about the garment workers behind our clothes, encourage customers to ask who made their clothes, and, ultimately, try to improve the working conditions and lives of the world’s garment manufacturing workforce.

We’re getting involved in Fashion Revolution Week by sharing the stories of our makers, and the stories behind our own clothes on our social media accounts, so if you’re interested in finding out who makes some of the clothing on Well Made Clothes, follow us! If you want to get involved in Fashion Revolution Week you should – it’s easy! Simply choose one of your favourite items of clothing, turn it inside out, take a selfie of yourself wearing it, tag the brand and ask them #whomademyclothes?

Here’s to effecting positive change in the fashion industry!


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