Six years ago to the day, the Rana Plaza textile workshop in Bangladesh collapsed, leaving more than 6 dead and 1.130 injured. In support of this terrible incident, the collective Fashion Revolution. Founded by designers Carry Somers and Orsola De Castro, this movement encourages us to consume fashion differently, by questioning those who make it, and to reflect on its human and environmental consequences.
At the same time, Fashion Revolution organizes an awareness week in more than 130 countries every year, Fashion Revolution Week, and invites consumers to challenge brands on the origin of their clothes with its famous hashtag #WhoMadeMyClothes.
This year, the collective is focusing on the cross-sectoral factors shaping the future of fashion: the importance of fair and decent work, environmental protection and gender equality.
And there are no less than 1.000 events listed around the world that will take place from April 22, 2019 to April 28, 2019, with conferences and workshops where consumers can interact with ethical brands, which open the doors of their studios to them.
En France, they will take place mainly in Paris and Lyon. Also discover the program of upcoming events in Belgium and Luxembourg.
Nothing's easier ! To do this, take a picture of yourself with your clothes inside out to show the brand and / or manufacturing label, post it on social media with the hashtag #WhoMadeMyClothes and tag the brand so that she can answer you!