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. 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.
Fashion Revolution is a truly people-powered movement working together in communities around the world to create positive and lasting change. Fashion Revolution is a registered non-profit organisation in the United Kingdom, with another 14 registered country offices and voluntary teams dedicating their time and skills in a further 78 countries.
Fashion Revolution Week 2020 focussed attention on four key areas: Consumption, Conditions, Composition and Collective action.
We called for a global revolution in clothing longevity, sharing clothing love stories from citizens around the world, who we encouraged to join in solidarity to care for our wardrobes. We asked #WhatsInMyClothes? to uncover the hidden and often harmful substances in our clothes and educate the public about the ecological impacts of the materials we wear. We continued to ask #WhoMadeMyClothes? and focus on pay and working conditions. We encouraged collective action by pushing brands and policymakers to support freedom of association for all people working across the fashion supply chain.
Citizens, Brands & Retailers, Artisans, makers, farmers & factory workers, Educators, Fashion industry, Trade Unions