We are Fashion Revolution. We are designers, producers, makers, workers and consumers. We are academics, writers, business leaders, brands, retailers, trade unions and policymakers. We are the industry and the public. We are world citizens. We are a movement and a community. We are you.

We love fashion. But we don’t want our clothes to exploit people or destroy our planet. We demand radical, revolutionary change.

This is our dream…

  • #1

    Fashion provides dignified work, from conception to creation to catwalk. It does not enslave, endanger, exploit, overwork, harass, abuse or discriminate against anyone. Fashion liberates worker and wearer and empowers everyone to stand up for their rights.

  • #2

    Fashion provides fair and equal pay. It enriches the livelihood of everyone working across the industry, from farm to shop floor. Fashion lifts people out of poverty, creates thriving societies and fulfils aspiration.

  • #3

    Fashion gives people a voice, making it possible to speak up without fear, join together in unity without repression and negotiate for better conditions at work and across communities.

  • #4

    Fashion respects culture and heritage. It fosters, celebrates and rewards skills and craftsmanship. It recognises creativity as its strongest asset. Fashion never appropriates without giving due credit or steals without permission. Fashion honours the artisan.

  • #5

    Fashion stands for solidarity, inclusiveness and democracy, regardless of race, class, gender, age, shape or ability. It champions diversity as crucial for success.

  • #6

    Fashion conserves and restores the environment. It does not deplete precious resources, degrade our soil, pollute our air and water or harm our health. Fashion protects the welfare of all living things and safeguards our diverse ecosystems.

  • #7

    Fashion never unnecessarily destroys or discards but mindfully redesigns and recuperates in a circular way. Fashion is repaired, reused, recycled and upcycled. Our wardrobes and landfills do not overflow with clothes that are coveted but not cherished, bought but not kept.

  • #8

    Fashion is transparent and accountable. Fashion embraces clarity and does not hide behind complexity nor rely upon trade secrets to derive value. Anyone, anywhere can find out how, where, by whom and under what conditions their clothing is made.

  • #9

    Fashion measures success by more than just sales and profits. Fashion conserves and restores the environment and values people over growth and profit.

  • #10

    Fashion lives to express, delight, reflect, protest, comfort, commiserate and share. Fashion never subjugates, denigrates, degrades, marginalises or compromises. Fashion celebrates life.

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To stand up for those who make our clothes to make the world a better place

Rachael Seaton

Because the fashion industry needs to change! It also has the capacity to make a positive impact on the lives of workers and communities all over the globe.

Pamela Coneybeare

Fashion expresses freedom and your individuality - who you are on the inside to the outside world.

Nikki Eclarinal-Lee


We have no doubt that fashion has the potential to transform the world.
We know from our experience over the past seven years that change can happen if we relentlessly speak out and call for action. The more people who sign this Manifesto, the louder we all become and the stronger our shared vision becomes for a better fashion industry. Join us!
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Our vision of a better fashion industry

Our vision of a better fashion industry

Read the blog post by Fashion Revolution co founders Carry Somers and Orsola de Castro