Fashion Revolution Week

April 19, 2016

Yesterday kicked off this year's #FashionRevolutionWeek. This consciousness-raising effort began in response to the 1,134 people were killed and over 2,500 were injured in the Rana Plaza complex collapse in Dhaka, Bangladesh on April 24, 2013. It’s founders note: “We believe that fashion can be made in a safe, clean and beautiful way. Where creativity, quality, environment, and people are valued equally.” As we did last year, the Good Buy joins people all over the globe to use their fashion choices to change the story for the workers who make our clothes and accessories.

What are the goals of Fashion Revolution?

  • We want more brands to show us who made our clothes.
  • We want to thank the makers.
  • We want clothes that we will be proud to wear.

How can you join in?

  • Be curious. Find out who made your clothes. Social media connects the world like never before. Ask the brands you wear #whomademyclothes? 
  • Find out more, get a performed tweet to start the conversation with the brands you wear at Fashion Revolution's site.

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