Who made your clothes?

29.04.2018 / 0 comments
Who made your clothes?

Fashion Revolution Week 24-29.04

On 24 April 2013, the Rana Plaza building in Bangladesh collapsed. 1,138 people died and another 2,500 were injured, making it the fourth largest industrial disaster in history. 

That’s when Fashion Revolution was born. Initiated by active young people from the UK now the Fashion Revolution movement is expanded globally. It's all about caring and noticing, making choices, consciousness. Who made my clothes? How is doing the young lady who was sewing your collar inside seam? How is treated the land where your comfy undies cotton grows? Fashion Revolution is all about asking the question of where clothes come from as an attempt to raise awareness and get people thinking about the answer. Thank you, Fashion Revolution movement! 

 Tiiu Roosma Kadri Vahe fashion revolution tuub

 Tiiu Roosma and Kadri Vahe wearing clothes from highly ethical brand Reval Denim Guild and from a second-hand store.

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Anja sewing TUUB leggings. 2017, Tallinn, Estonia.

 

Interesting links:

http://www.ecooutfitters.co.uk/blog/whomadeyourclothes/

https://thejoinery.co.za/stories/talking-about-a-revolution/

https://www.fashionrevolution.org/blog/

 

 

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