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CAMPAIGN ASSETS

FRW 2022 Campaign Assets

FRW 2022 Campaign Assets

Find a collection of promotional content, including social media assets, posters and the official Fashion Revolution Week branding pack. Everything you need to spread the word and get people interested.

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Fashion Revolution logo

Fashion Revolution logo

Available in EPS and JPG format

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Brand Guidelines

Brand Guidelines

Everything you need to know about using our brand throughout the year. For Fashion Revolution Week specific guidelines, click here.

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Who made my clothes?

Who made my clothes?

You can download and print these posters to use with your selfie, when asking brands and retailers #whomademyclothes?

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What's in my clothes?

What's in my clothes?

You can download and print these posters to use with your selfie, when asking brands and retailers #whatsinmyclothes?

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I made your clothes

I made your clothes

We invite brands and retailers to show us the people in your supply chain by sharing their stories, and help transform the industry by demonstrating transparency in your supply chain. Download and print an ‘I made your clothes’ poster for your producers to hold, and share using #imadeyourclothes

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I made your ...

I made your ...

Poster pack for all other 'i made your...' options. Includes I made your yarn/fibre/bag/belt/hat/jewellery/scarf/shoes and more.

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I made my clothes

I made my clothes

Poster for makers who proudly make their own clothes!

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Translated posters

Translated posters

Posters available in Spanish, Portuguese, Bengali, Hindi, Kannada, Khmer.

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TAKE ACTION ON LIVING WAGES

Good Clothes, Fair Pay is a campaign demanding living wage legislation across the garment, textile and footwear sector. We need one million signatures from EU citizens to push for legislation that requires companies to conduct living wage due diligence in their supply chains.
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GET INVOLVED

Get Involved Pack: Citizens

Get Involved Pack: Citizens

Information on how get involved with Fashion Revolution Week 2022.

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Get Involved Pack: Brands, Wholesalers, Retailers & Distributors

Get Involved Pack: Brands, Wholesalers, Retailers & Distributors

Information on how get involved with Fashion Revolution Week if you are a fashion brand, wholesaler, retailer, distributor or designer.

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Get Involved Pack: Farmers, Producers & Factories

Get Involved Pack: Farmers, Producers & Factories

Information on how get involved with Fashion Revolution Week 2022 if you are a farmer, producer, factory or maker.

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Get Involved Pack: Trade Unions

Get Involved Pack: Trade Unions

Information on how get involved with Fashion Revolution Week 2020 if you are a member of a Union or part of an organisation advocating collective bargaining rights. Also available in Turkish, Hindi and Bahasa .

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How to Host an Event

How to Host an Event

We've put together a simple guide for Fashion Revolution Week events, from film screenings to workshops and panel discussions, so that you can still share your Fashion Revolution with citizens around the world!

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How to be a Fashion Revolutionary

How to be a Fashion Revolutionary

Fashion Revolution and British Council's revisited How to be a Fashion Revolutionary booklet. It’s full of inspiration and ideas about how you can use your voice and your power to transform the fashion industry as we know it. Also available in Spanish and Portuguese.

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Haulternative Guide

Haulternative Guide

Want to avoid buying new clothes? Take the #haulternative challenge — a way of refreshing your wardrobe without buying new clothes: from shopping secondhand, swapping with a friend, renting special pieces, to DIY customisation. Also available in French, Polish, Portuguese and Spanish

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Share your fashion love story

Share your fashion love story

Rather than buying new, fall back in love with the clothes you already own. Share your story, or write a love letter about an item of clothing that means a lot to you. Also available in French and Portuguese.

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Guest Write for our Blog

Guest Write for our Blog

We accept blog submissions that are revolutionary, solutions-focused and aligned with our manifesto. Email us to pitch your idea to: socialmedia[at]fashionrevolution.org.

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Write a postcard to a policymaker

Write a postcard to a policymaker

Ask your local policymaker what they’re doing to create a fairer, safer, cleaner more transparent fashion industry. Your voice has power, so use it! Download, print and post this postcard to the policymaker in your neighbourhood.

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Email a brand: What's in my clothes?

Email a brand: What's in my clothes?

Write an email to a brand and ask #WhatsInMyClothes? Fill in their name, sign yours and share on social media, tagging the brand and @fash_rev. Download our email template.

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Email a brand: Who made my clothes?

Email a brand: Who made my clothes?

Write an email to a brand and ask #WhoMadeMyClothes? Fill in their name, sign yours and share on social media, tagging the brand and @fash_rev. Download our email template.

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Educational resources

Educational resources

Download free educational resources for all ages, such as worksheets, activities, information for educators and students.

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2021 Resources

2021 Resources

An archive of our 2021 resources are available to view here.

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REPORTS

Out of Sight: A call for transparency from field to fabric 2021

Out of Sight: A call for transparency from field to fabric 2021

In 2021, we conducted updated research into the supply chain transparency efforts of 62 major fashion brands and retailers.

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Fashion Transparency Index 2021

Fashion Transparency Index 2021

A review of the 250 biggest fashion brands and retailers ranked according to how much they disclose about their social and environmental policies, practices and impacts.

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Out of Sight: A call for transparency from field to fabric 2020

Out of Sight: A call for transparency from field to fabric 2020

In 2020, we conducted new research into the supply chain transparency efforts of 62 major fashion brands and retailers.

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White Paper 2020

White Paper 2020

Read our latest White Paper ‘Why we still need a Fashion Revolution‘. Published April 2020.

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Consumer Survey 2020

Consumer Survey 2020

A 2020 update, Fashion Revolution commissioned a survey of 5,000 people aged 16-75 in the five largest European markets, including Germany, United Kingdom, France, Italy and Spain, to find out how supply chain transparency and sustainability impacts consumers’ purchasing decisions when shopping for clothing, accessories and shoes.

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Fashion Transparency Index 2020

Fashion Transparency Index 2020

A review of the 250 biggest fashion brands and retailers ranked according to how much they disclose about their social and environmental policies, practices and impact.

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Fashion Transparency Index 2019

Fashion Transparency Index 2019

The 2019 edition, ranking the levels of transparency of 200 of the biggest global fashion companies.

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Fashion Transparency Index 2018

Fashion Transparency Index 2018

Ranking the levels of transparency of 150 of the biggest global fashion companies

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Fashion Transparency Index 2017

Fashion Transparency Index 2017

Ranking the levels of transparency of 100 of the biggest global fashion companies. Also available in Spanish and Portuguese. Read the FAQs.

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Consumer Survey 2018

Consumer Survey 2018

Fashion Revolution commissioned a survey of 5,000 people aged 16-75 in the five largest European markets, including Germany, United Kingdom, France, Italy and Spain, to find out how supply chain transparency and sustainability impacts consumers’ purchasing decisions when shopping for clothing, accessories and shoes.

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Fashion Transparency Index 2016

Fashion Transparency Index 2016

Ranking 40 of the biggest global fashion companies according to their level of transparency. Published April 2016. Full research and methodology here. (Also available in Spanish. Full research and methodology in Spanish here)

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White Paper 2015

White Paper 2015

Download our White Paper ‘It’s time for a Fashion Revolution‘. Published December 2015. Also available in Spanish

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SMALL BUT PERFECT TOOLKITS

Small But Perfect Toolkit 1: Creativity with Purpose

Small But Perfect Toolkit 1: Creativity with Purpose

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COUNTRY FASHION TRANSPARENCY INDEX REPORTS

Fashion Transparency Index Mexico 2021

Fashion Transparency Index Mexico 2021

Ranking the levels of transparency of 31 of the biggest fashion companies in Mexico. Available in English and Spanish.

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Fashion Transparency Index Brazil 2021

Fashion Transparency Index Brazil 2021

Ranking the levels of transparency of 40 of the biggest fashion companies in Brazil. Available in English and Portuguese.

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Fashion Transparency Index Mexico 2020

Fashion Transparency Index Mexico 2020

Ranking the levels of transparency of 20 of the biggest fashion companies in Mexico. Available in English and Spanish.

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Fashion Transparency Index Brazil 2020

Fashion Transparency Index Brazil 2020

Ranking the levels of transparency of 40 of the biggest fashion companies in Brazil. Also available in Portuguese.

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Fashion Transparency Index Brazil 2019

Fashion Transparency Index Brazil 2019

Ranking the levels of transparency of 30 of the biggest fashion companies in Brazil. Also available in Portuguese.

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Fashion Transparency Index Brazil 2018

Fashion Transparency Index Brazil 2018

Ranking the levels of transparency of 20 of the biggest fashion companies in Brazil. Also available in Portuguese.

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IMPACT REPORTS

Fashion Revolution Impact Report 2021

Fashion Revolution Impact Report 2021

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Fashion Revolution Impact Report 2020

Fashion Revolution Impact Report 2020

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Fashion Revolution Impact Report 2019

Fashion Revolution Impact Report 2019

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Fashion Revolution Impact Report 2018

Fashion Revolution Impact Report 2018

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Fashion Revolution Impact Report 2017

Fashion Revolution Impact Report 2017

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MORE RESEARCH

POLICY DIALOGUE TOOLKIT

POLICY DIALOGUE TOOLKIT

Created in partnership with the British Council this toolkit is intended to be used by a wide range of audiences interested in or affected by the fashion and textiles industry, including country level implementers and decision-makers at all levels, fashion professionals and supply chain workers, citizens and civil society organisations.

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Situating Alternative Textiles in Kenya

Situating Alternative Textiles in Kenya

An insight into the potential to stimulate local production and entrench sustainable practices into Kenya’s Textile and Apparel sector. Abridged report launched September 2020.

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Case Studies: Highlights of the artisans utilizing sustainable practices in Kenya’s Textile and Apparel sector

Case Studies: Highlights of the artisans utilizing sustainable practices in Kenya’s Textile and Apparel sector

Case studies accompanying the Situating Alternative Textiles in Kenya report. Launched September 2020.

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Gender Equity and its Impact on Sustainability in Cotton Farming in India

Gender Equity and its Impact on Sustainability in Cotton Farming in India

This study is published as a part of the British Council x Fashion Revolution Policy Dialogue project which aims to work with local stakeholders to enable evidence-based and stakeholder led decision-making around the topic of gender equity in cotton farming in India.

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The Impact of the Importation of Second-Hand Clothing in the Philippines

The Impact of the Importation of Second-Hand Clothing in the Philippines

This study is published as a part of the British Council x Fashion Revolution Policy Dialogue project which aims to work with local stakeholders to enable evidence-based and stakeholder led decision-making around the topic of importation of second hand clothing in the Philippines.

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An Evaluation of Made in Rwanda: a policy dialogue on standards, quality and sustainability in fashion and textiles

An Evaluation of Made in Rwanda: a policy dialogue on standards, quality and sustainability in fashion and textiles

This study is published as a part of the Fashion Revolution Policy Dialogue project in partnership with the British Council which aims to shed light on the multiple perspectives of a particular issue through a series of evidence-based discussions, interviews, focus group discussions and workshops with stakeholders.

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South East Asia Fashion Sustainability Report

South East Asia Fashion Sustainability Report

A report on sustainability and change in the South East Asia region produced by Fashion Revolution Singapore and Oxford Development Consultancy. By looking into the efforts of governments, NGOs, designers, brands and customers themselves, the report seeks to grasp the ongoing global sustainability momentum, relating to the environmental and ethical impact of fashion in SEA.

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Artisan Voices: Dialogues for Sustainable Practices

Artisan Voices: Dialogues for Sustainable Practices

This publication from British Council, REDIT and Craft Revival Trust focuses on artisans as bearers of an ancestral cultural heritage. The collaborative work between artisan communities and other disciplines is often a challenging scenario. In order to explore possible sustainable futures at these crossroads, the book brings together craft and design professionals and organisations from Argentina, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

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Voces de la Artesanía

Voces de la Artesanía

REDIT, British Council y Craft Revival Trust anuncian el lanzamiento de "Voces de la Artesanía: Diálogos para prácticas sustentables", un libro centrado en lxs artesanxs como portadores de un patrimonio cultural ancestral. El trabajo en colaboración entre comunidades artesanas y otras disciplinas suele ser un escenario desafiante. Con el fin de explorar posibles futuros sostenibles en estos cruces, el libro reúne a profesionales de la artesanía, el diseño y organizaciones de Argentina, Bangladesh, Bután, India, Pakistán y Sri Lanka.

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Restorying Riverscapes

Restorying Riverscapes

A project investigating the social and environmental impacts of the textile industry on rivers past and present, from Fashion Revolution and Keele University.

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