We are calling on brands, retailers, producers, policymakers, educators, designers, students, journalists and citizens to fight back against fashion’s impact on the climate.TAKE ACTION
Find presentations, talks, and workshops with emerging designers, established trailblazers and major players, all to celebrate the people and processes behind the process of making our clothes.EXPLORE
The Fashion Transparency Index analyses and ranks 250 of the world’s biggest fashion brands and retailers based on their public disclosure of human rights and environmental policies, practices and impacts, in their operations and in their supply chains.LEARN MORE
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.GET INVOLVED
Fashion Revolution Week is the time when we come together as a global community to create a better fashion industry. It centres around the anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory collapse, which killed 1,138 people and injured many more on 24 April 2013. This year, as we marked 8 years since the tragedy, Fashion Revolution Week focused on the interconnectedness of human rights and the rights of nature. Our campaign amplified unheard voices across the fashion supply chain and harnessed the creativity of our community to explore innovative and interconnected solutions.
You can download and print these posters to use with your selfie, when asking brands and retailers #whomademyclothes?DOWNLOAD
In this sheet, you'll find a list of organisations, individuals and ideas that have and are working at the intersection of human and environmental justice. This Fashion Revolution Week, we are bringing people together from across communities, amplifying unheard and marginalised voices, and working together to explore interconnected solutions.TAKE A LOOK
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
An investigation of the fashion industry’s relationship with a range of subjects such as gender equality, decent work and economic growth, responsible consumption & production, and climate action.BUY NOW
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