Monday, 30 November 2015

Fashion Revolution

"Fast fashion isn't free. Someone somewhere is paying"

April 24th, 2013. Rana Plaza, Bangladesh collapsed. A manufacturing company for the western fashion market. 1133 dead and 2500 injured. At this point, the revolution began, it became time to stand up and demand a change. A demand for a cleaner, safer and fairer fashion and textile industry. Fashion needed to become the power to a change in the world.

Ask yourself "who made my clothes",  could you really answer? No..? Then its time for you to become curious, find out and do something.

Fashion Revolution is a company that 'On 24th April each year, Fashion Revolution Day will bring everyone in the fashion value chain together and help to raise awareness of the true cost of fashion, show the world that change is possible, and celebrate all those involved in creating a more sustainable future.' With 78 countries involved so far.

The aim is provide a worldwide platform to ask questions, raise standards, make a difference and demonstrate change is possible. Fast fashion now means 52 seasons a year, new products on the rails each week and a change over from catwalk to mass development in 6 weeks. Low wages, limited safety precautions and abuse to some workers both physically and through health conditions. Take a stand and think who made your clothes, where were they made and how...

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