Calling all swappers, hosts, fashion lovers and curious minds. It’s time to show the world the power of the clothes swap. This Fashion Revolution Week, from the 20th to the 26th of April 2020, we’re joining forces with Global Fashion Exchange (GFX) to make the largest swap in history and we need your help to do it.FIND OUT MORE
In 2019, Fashion Revolution became bigger and louder than ever before, more people asked #whomademyclothes, more people within the supply chain answered #imadeyourclothes and a new wave of brands took a step towards becoming more transparent.READ ALL ABOUT IT
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On the anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory collapse, which killed 1,138 people and injured many more in 2013, we encourage millions of people to come together to campaign for systemic change in the fashion industry.
We are living in a climate emergency and the fashion & textiles sector is one of the most polluting and wasteful industries. The industry continues to lack transparency, with widespread exploitation of people working in the supply chain. Never before have there been this many people on the planet in slavery, and fashion is a key driver of this reality. Brands and retailers are still not taking enough responsibility for the pay and working conditions in their factories, the environmental impacts of the materials they use or how the products they make affect the health of people, animals and our living planet.
We campaign for a clean, safe, fair, transparent and accountable fashion industry. We do this through research, education, collaboration, mobilisation and advocacy.
The issues in the fashion industry never fall on any single person, brand, or company. That’s why we focus on using our voices to transform the entire system. With systemic and structural change, the fashion industry can lift millions of people out of poverty and provide them with decent and dignified livelihoods. It can conserve and restore our living planet. It can bring people together and be a great source of joy, creativity and expression for individuals and communities.
We believe in a global fashion industry that conserves and restores the environment and values people over growth and profit.
You can download and print these posters to use with your selfie, when asking brands and retailers #whomademyclothes?DOWNLOAD
We love fashion. But we don’t want our clothes to exploit people or destroy our planet. Sign your name to our MANIFESTO FOR A FASHION REVOLUTION to help us call for radical, revolutionary change.Add your name
Ranking the levels of transparency of 200 of the biggest global fashion companies.DOWNLOAD
Information on how get involved with Fashion Revolution Week if you are a fashion brand, wholesaler, retailer, distributor or designer.READ NOW
Fashion Revolution commissioned a survey of 5,000 people aged 16-75 in the five largest European markets, to find out how supply chain transparency and sustainability impacts consumers’ purchasing.Download
Fashion Revolution is the world’s largest fashion activism movement.
We will continue to push for greater transparency through investigative research, inspiring informative content and creative events, but we need your help.DONATE