Fashion Revolution 

#whomademyclothes

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Fashion Revolution #whomademyclothes

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The Fashion Revolution campaign was created after the Rana Plaza building collapse in Bangladesh with a focus on raising awareness on who makes our clothes, how much they are paid and what their lives are like, along with the wider aim of encouraging people to be more accountable for the impact the items they buy have on the lives of others and the environment. 

The Fashion Revolution campaign goes on all year round but Fashion Revolution Week is when there is particular high profile for the aims of the campaign. This takes takes place in the week around 24th April (which is the date the collapse happened in 2013). and the hashtag #whomademyclothes is used by people to raise awareness of these issues. 

#ThinkDo

  • Visit Fashion Revolution website to find out more about the campaign. 
  • Download the e-magazine with useful articles and activities related to the Fashion Revolution campaign. Teachers, there are also lots of resources on the website for use in the classroom. 
#whomademyclothes
  • Look at the care labels on garments or textiles products to find out where they have been made and who the retailer is. Use the hashtag #whomademyclothes on social media to highlight issues surrounding the Fashion Revolution campaign, particularly in relation to challenging retailers about what they are doing to ensure the rights and working conditions of workers.


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