Fashion Revolution is encouraging people around the world to ask brands #whomademyclothes during Fashion Revolution Week 24-30 April, to demand greater transparency to help improve the working conditions and wages of the people who work to make our clothes.
About 75 million people work directly in the fashion and textiles industry. Many are subject to exploitation; verbal and physical abuse, working in unsafe conditions, with very little pay. Despite some steps forward since the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in 2013 killing 1,138 people, not enough has changed.
That’s why Fashion Revolution brings people around the world together to campaign for a fairer, safer, cleaner fashion industry and celebrated those who are on a journey to make it happen
Join us for Fashion Revolution Week 24-30th April 2017, and show that you want a fashion industry that is fair, safe and beautiful for all, by asking brands #whomademyclothes? Let’s celebrate those who are on a journey to create a more ethical and sustainable future for fashion by thanking them for their efforts and encourage more to join them!
Find out more at www.fashionrevolution.org
(Text taken from Fashion Revolution Press release and campaign messages.)
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