Fashion Revolution Week

Fashion Revolution celebrates its 10 years anniversary with an amazing Fashion Revolution Week and Fashion Forward thinking!

Fashion Revolution's Decade of Impact

Did you know that Fashion Revolution is a global non-profit movement? Its mission is to end the exploitation of both people and the environment within the fashion industry. By promoting transparency, raising awareness, and supporting ethical fashion practices, Fashion Revolution shapes a future where fashion is synonymous with responsibility and conscientiousness. The Good Tee: “Clothing is made by people, not machines," says Adila Cokar, founder. Transparency is based on ethical responsibility.

In response to the Rana Plaza tragedy, Carry Somers and Orsola de Castro co-founded Fashion Revolution, igniting a global movement for sustainable and ethical fashion. Through campaigns like "Who Made My Clothes?", the "Fashion Transparency Index," and Fashion Revolution Week, an annual event commemorating the Rana Plaza collapse, featuring activities aimed at promoting sustainable and ethical fashion practices. 

As Fashion Revolution commemorates its 10th anniversary, it's an opportune moment to reflect on the journey that began with the tragic event at the Rana Plaza garment factory in Bangladesh in 2013. The loss of over 1,100 lives and the injuries of thousands more exposed the grim realities of the fashion industry's supply chain, underscoring profound human rights and environmental challenges.

The theme for the 2024 campaign reflects on the essence of being a Fashion Revolutionary. Inspired by collective efforts, the campaign seeks to redefine fashion activism, highlighting the industry's pivotal role in driving social and environmental justice. Community builders, creative thinkers, and organizers will guide the next generation of fashion revolutionaries.

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