On the anniversary of one of the worst disasters in recent years in the apparel industry, fashion leaders, factory workers, producers, activists, academics, press, consumers, cotton farmers will come together to remember the victims and change our fashion future.
Fashion Revolution Day is an opportunity to celebrate fashion as a positive influence, raise awareness of the fashion industry’s most pressing issues and show that change is possible. We intend to rally fast fashion, luxury, innovators, media, the public, activists, makers, wearers – and everyone in between.
This year’s Fashion Revolution Day will simply ask, Who Made Your Clothes?
Founder of Fashion Revolution, Carry Somers says “Fashion Revolution Day has already gathered incredible momentum on a global scale. We have been inundated with fashion industry leaders, consumers, celebrities, media all wanting to mark the occasion and revolutionize the industry. It represents a really exciting opportunity to reconnect fashion-lovers with the people who made their clothes”
Upcycling pioneer, Orsola de Castro says “With one simple gesture, #insideout, we want you to ask: “Who Makes My Clothes?” this action will encourage people to imagine the ‘thread’ from the garment to the machinist that sewed it and all the way down to the farmer that grew the cotton it was made from”
Based in the UK, this is a fast growing global movement. Join the US campaign today.