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How to be a

Fashion
Revolutionary
Calling all fashion
revolutionaries!

The pro-fashion protesters.


The disruptors who dare
to say I can change the
world. This book is for you.
Its full of inspiration and
ideas about how you can use
your voice and your power
to transform the fashion
industry as we know it.
Its time for a
Fashion Revolution.

Contents
02 Foreword by Tamsin Blanchard
04 Its time for a Fashion Revolution
06 Who is Fashion Revolution?
08 The things we need to change
10 The human side of fashion
11 Fashions environmental impact
12 Lets tell a different story about fashion
17 Transparency is beautiful
18 How you can be a Fashion Revolutionary
20 Be curious
26 Find out
30 Do something
38 Discover more
40 Contact us
And at the other end of the spectrum, I still love clothes for all the reasons I did
Ever since I can high street fashion grew and grew. to begin with. I know there is a long way
remember, I have What started out as affordable clothes,
made usually in British factories,
to go and industry itself has to make the
change. But as consumers we do have
loved clothes. became a global business. And when some power. Its really simple. We should
companies began to discover they could be buying fewer clothes, (we all have too
make more clothes for less money if they many), making more thoughtful decisions
I loved the long black velvet party dress used factories in India and China, they about the clothes we buy, wearing them
my mum made for me in the mid- increased production. What started as the longer, and enjoying them more.
seventies when I was six years old (I wish democratisation of fashion just got faster
and faster. Clothes got so cheap that there That is why I am proud to be a fashion
I still had it). I loved the sweater dress I
was no point making them anymore revolutionary, asking the question who
saved up for and bought from Chelsea
because you could buy a dress for less made my clothes? I want to know how
Girl in Liverpool when I was old enough
than the cost of a few meters of fabric. they are made, where they are made, and
Foreword to go shopping for clothes on my own.
what they are made of.
Tamsin Blanchard My mum used to make her own clothes From the late nineties on we started to
and she showed me how to make become a nation of greedy consumers. Together, we will
Journalist We bought stuff because we could it
mine too (although if I could sellotape
a hem, I would). I would look at clothes was cheap. And then we bought some we must -
in magazines, but I would shop for more of it. Some of it we didnt even make the change.
fabric and try to make my own. I would wear. Most of it ended up washed up and
sometimes buy vintage clothes and I unwearable or in a bin bag bound for
would revel in finding a bargain at a Oxfam. And even the charity shops didnt
jumble sale. For my first gig (Altered really want it. The clothes I once loved
Images c.1982) I made a skirt from have become a commodity, production
net and even managed fingerless line fodder.
gloves made from lace. Clothes were
I knew things were out of kilter, and I
something I lived, not something I ever
knew that such ferocious production
took for granted. I knew every messy
and mass consumption was not
stitch of my wardrobe.
sustainable. This was not what I signed
Not surprisingly perhaps, I went to fashion up for. The sheer volume and speed at
college and became a fashion journalist. which we are now producing clothing
I wanted to write about clothes and the is killing the planet: using too much
people who designed them. For me, water, polluting the rivers, destroying the
clothes were part of the culture we lived ecosystem with pesticides for cotton, and
in. They were a reflection of the music we being produced by garment and textile

I know there listened to, the subculture we identified


with, and they were also political.
workers who we are underpaying and
overworking (faster, faster, more, more!) in

is a long way But times changed and so too did


factories that are often nothing more than
death traps. How did this happen?

to go...but as the fashion industry. It became more


corporate, less creative. It grew into a And now I feel that I am part of this

consumers massive business, now worth 21 billion


to the UK economy alone. By the end of
system. This is my industry. And when
the Rana Plaza factory collapsed on 24

we do have the nineties, designers became mega


brands with logos. Their clothes became
April 2013, anybody who has ever bought
an item of clothing that we knew was too

some power more and more expensive. Designer


fashion became luxury fashion.
cheap to be true, must have felt a pang
of shame.

02 03
On 24 April 2013, the Thats when Fashion
Its time for a Rana Plaza building in
Bangladesh collapsed.
Revolution was born.
There were five garment

Fashion
1,133 people died and factories in Rana Plaza all
another 2,500 were manufacturing clothing
injured, making it the for the western market.

Revolution
fourth largest industrial The victims were mostly
disaster in history. young women.
We believe that 1,133 is too
many people to lose from
the planet in one building, on
one terrible day to not stand
up and demand change.
Since then, people from all
over the world have come
together to use the power of
fashion to change the world.
Fashion Revolution is
now a global movement
of people like you.

Photography by Jaber Al Nahian, Asitimes and Sharat Chowdhury

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We are We are designers,
academics, writers,
Fashion business leaders,
Revolution policymakers, brands,
retailers, marketers,
producers, makers,
Were here to tell a We believe that positive
workers and fashion
lovers. We are the
different story about change can happen if we
the clothes we wear. all think differently about
fashion and demand
better. We want a cleaner,
safer, fairer, more
transparent and more
accountable fashion
industry and we are
and textiles industry.
We want fashion to
the public. We are
become a force for
good. We believe in an
industry that values
people, the environment,
world citizens.
creativity and profit
in equal measure. We are you.
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The things we
need to change
Model
Fashion is now one of the most
globalised industries. A single product It is estimated that we make
400 billion m2 of textiles annually. 
It takes 2,720 litres of water to make
a t-shirt. Thats how much we
may span multiple continents before 60 billion m2 is cutting room
floor waste.
normally drink over a 3 year period.

reaching the shop floor. We need


to rethink how the industry works.
We need to rethink the model.
Material
Fashion has a huge, and often
negative, social and environmental
impact. The production of clothing
and the way we take care of our
clothes after we buy them uses up a In Guangdong in China young A survey of 91 fashion brands found
lot of land, water, energy, chemicals, women face 150 hours of overtime
each month. 60% have no contract,
that only 12% could demonstrate
any action at all towards paying
and produces too much waste. 90% no access to social insurance. wages to garment workers above
the legal minimum.

Mindset
If we want to see fashion become a
force for good, were going to have
to change the way we think about
what we wear and why we wear it.
We need to love our clothes more.
We need to look at them as precious
heirlooms and as trusted friends. In Bangladesh garment
workers earn 44 per month
just of a living wage.
08 09
The human side
of fashion

Millions of people work Fair pay


in the fashion industry. The legal minimum wage in most
We believe the industry garment-producing countries is rarely
enough for workers to live on. For
can and should work example, in Bangladesh, its estimated
better for all of them. that the minimum wage only covers
60% of the cost of living in a slum. Low
wages keep garment workers in a cycle
Human rights
of poverty and add to the pressure
Forced labour, child labour, sexual to work long overtime hours, which
harassment, discrimination and impacts on their health and safety,
dangerous working conditions. These are as well as the quality of clothes.
some of the things that the people who
make our clothes have to go through. Artisan craft
Despite there being international Mass-produced clothing and
standards and national laws that should accessories have eroded the artisanal,
protect people, human rights abuses heritage craft skills passed down
are prevalent throughout the fashion through generations in communities
industry. The Global Slavery Index around the world. Millions of people
estimates that 36 million people are in the developing world mainly
living in some form of modern slavery women depend on the handicraft
today; lots of these people are making trade. But right now, that trade
clothes for western brands. faces an uncertain future.

Lucy siegle

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Fashions
environmental
impact

Right now, manufacturing CO2 emissions


clothes uses up massive Our clothes account for around 3%
amounts of water, energy of global production of CO2 emissions.
And thats not just because of how
and land. We need to find clothes are made. Its also down
new ways to make the to the way we take care for them
clothes we love, without at home. Around half of these
it costing the earth. emissions occur while your clothing
is being worn, washed, tumble-
dried, ironed and disposed of, and
toxic fashion mostly by North American, European
Growing the fibres for our clothes, and Japanese consumers.
processing, dyeing and treating
garments requires a cocktail of Waste
chemicals, some known to be toxic. Last year, the world bought 73 million
Cotton farming uses 22.5% of the worlds tons of textiles, yet only 20% are
insecticides and 10% of all pesticides. recycled each year. Around 350,000 tons
of used clothes go to landfill in the UK
Dyes for textile products may every year.
contain hazardous chemicals. Dyes
and chemicals in fabric and other In landfill, the decomposing clothing
components of clothing and shoes releases methane, a harmful
can seep into the soil, contaminating greenhouse gas. And even before clothes
groundwater. In fact, industrial effluents reach stores, damaged products and
and chemical fertilisers pollute over half rolls of branded or recognisable fabrics
of Chinas rivers. Rivers in China have are slashed, landfilled and incinerated.
even turned red from dyes.
Meanwhile, every ton of discarded
textiles reused saves 20 tons of
CO2 from entering the atmosphere.
will.i.am

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Lets tell a
different story
about fashion

Fashion is our chosen It takes a lot to make a garment. Not just


skin. The clothes we wear the bits we hear about the designers,
the brands, the shops, the catwalk shows
represent how we feel and the parties but also the cotton
about ourselves. Theyre farmers, the ginners, spinners, weavers,
our message to the world dyers, sewers and other factory workers
about who we are. who make the clothes we love.

But the people who make our clothes


Our clothes say a lot are hidden. We dont know who makes
about us, but we dont our clothes. And they dont know who
know all that much buys the clothes they make. We need to
about our clothes. reconnect these broken links because
when we buy a product, we also buy a
whole chain of value and relationships.

By thinking about the people and


stories behind our clothes, we can
tell a different story about fashion.

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Cut me out for your selfie!

Transparency
is beautiful
Knowledge, information, The situation now: Why we need transparency
Brands dont even know Lack of transparency costs lives.
honesty. These three who makes their clothes.
things have the power to ts impossible for companies to make
sure human rights are respected
transform the industry. The Behind the Barcode report found and that environmental practices are
And it starts with one that out of the 219 biggest fashion sound without knowing where their
simple question: brands, only half actually knew what products are made.
Who made my clothes? factories their products were made
in, and only a quarter of brands knew Thats why transparency is essential.
where things like zippers, buttons, Transparency means companies
thread and even the fabric came from. know who makes their clothes at
least where they are stitched as a first
And its not just brands and retailers. step and communicate this to their
There are lots of middle-men involved customers, shareholders and staff.
too wholesalers, agents, supply
chain managers, and distributors. This is what Fashion Revolution
These are important and profitable is asking for. Knowledge,
parts of the industry that the public information, honesty.
doesnt really see.
How you can
become a
Fashion
Revolutionary

You re-shape the You re-shape the fashion industry every


fashion industry time you find stories about your clothes,
talk about them with others, share them
the lives of its online, and discuss whats right and
producers, its wrong about them. What you think,
workers every say and do changes fashion.
time you buy or
dispose of clothing. You hold the power to influence the kind
of world you want live in and that you
want for others. Your words and where
you put your money matters. It sends a
signal about what you believe in.

It just takes three


simple steps...

Photography by Humana Fundacin Pueblo para Pueblo

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Take a look at Fashion Revolution calls on

Be your clothes all of us to be curious about


our clothes. You can start by
simply turning an item of
curious clothing inside out to look at
the stitching. Notice its wavy
seams, and where the loose

Look at your clothes with ends of the threads have been


cut off. These are all traces of
different eyes. Ask more than the work done by the people Get thinking
does this look great on me?. who made your clothes.
Where did the materials
Ask who made my clothes?. look at the label
come from? Where were
they made? Whats it like
Your label will tell you in which to work there? What kind of
country your clothing was people are involved? What
made so youll know that are their lives like? Being
the people who stitched it interested in the answers to
together live in Bangladesh, these kinds of questions is
Cambodia or Romania, for the best first step towards
example. The label will also changing the story for the
tell you what materials have people who make our clothes.
been used, such as cotton
or polyester.

But your label wont tell you


where in the world the cotton
was farmed, where the fibre
was spun into a yarn, where
the yarn was woven into a
fabric, where it was dyed and
printed. It wont tell you where
the thread, dyes, zips, buttons,
beading or other features
came from.

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Ask brands Turn you clothes inside out, Some brands wont answer at
who made my or at least make your label all. Some might tell you where
clothes? visible, then take a selfie. your clothes were made
Post your selfie on whatever but not who made them.
social media platform you Some will direct you to their
prefer with the hashtag corporate social responsibility
#whomademyclothes? policy. Only a few pioneers
Dont forget to tag the will show that they know
brand youre wearing something about the people
to encourage them to who make their clothes.
answer your question.
The best companies will ask
for the factory number on
your clothing label and reply
with specific details.

Tens of thousands of people


have already done this, and
the answers have become
more and more interesting as
the conversation evolves.

What will your answer be?

 take a selfie
showing your label
__________

as k the brand
#whomademyclothes?

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# who ma de myclot hes?
Become a What are you wearing as you

find fashion
detective
read this now? Have you got
30 minutes to investigate
it online? What could you
out uncover? Reconstruct the
story of your clothes by
investigating blogs, online

Take a step further. encyclopedias, corporate,


NGO and news websites.
Get to know your Knowledge is power
clothes even better. There are loads of
organisations that focus
on specific issues like fair
wages, toxic chemicals and
child labour. Theres a list
at the end of this booklet.
Find out what theyre doing Download the app
on these issues. Visit their Apps such as Good Guide,
websites, read their reports, Ethical Barcode and Buycott,
attend their events. Youll be allow you to scan the barcode
an expert before you know it. of a garment whilst youre
out shopping. These apps
And before you buy can tell you the social or
something, inform yourself environmental impact of the
about it. You might find very products you buy. You can
little or you might discover a even find out whether the
lot. Are you comfortable with workers were paid a Living
how much or little you know? Wage through the app
Fair Fashion?.
If you feel unsure, think about
the alternatives. Could you
buy the same thing second
hand? Is there an ethically,
sustainably made alternative?
Do you really need it? If we
think a little more before we
buy, we can change the world
one outfit at a time.

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Play the Our new Trump Card game Another brand might score an
Fashion uses free2works research A- for worker rights because
Revolution on over 200 fashion brands, it might have a program that
Trump Card scoring them on ethical ensures workers are fully
game trade policies, transparency, paid even if a brand ends a
factory monitoring and relationship with a supplier.
workers rights.
This game will help you delve
Anyone who has ever played deeper into some of the most
a top trumps game can recall important issues in fashion
their favourite pack, the card today. So, when youre next
that beats the rest, and the shopping, you might find
one that always lost. It sticks yourself thinking not only
with you. about what would look good
or if you can afford it, but also
In this game, a brand might if the brand would give you a
score a D+ for workers winning or losing card.
rights because, among other
factors, it doesnt pay a living Download the trump
wage, doesnt guarantee card game here:
fair prices to its suppliers www.fashionrevolution.org/
and doesnt ensure that its education
factories have independently Explore free2works
elected trade unions. research here:
www.free2work.org/

a game for
ethical fashion

Learn about fashion


trade ethics
e t h ic through
al tr
your clothes.
overall ade grad
es
Make Trump cards for
policies
your clothes, and play
transparency
with your friends.
i on
Fa shic s monitoring
E t h Find out which brands
worker
are more ethical
rights
C ard
G ame than others.
T rump sig n e d
Have some t hserious
e a cc
fun in the process! o rd

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Buy better, Buy less

do bUy less.
Invest in
success.
The average UK household
has 4,000 worth of unworn

something
clothes and about 30% of the

Kaitie Jones Knit


clothing in our wardrobes
went unworn last year. So ask
yourself what items you really
Becoming a fashion need. Journalist Lucy Siegle
only buys something if she
Champion new designers
revolutionary can be as knows shell wear it at least One great way to invest is to
discover a new designer and
simple as tweaking the 30 times.
become a loyal customer.
way your shop, use and Doing so means youll be
involved in all aspects of
dispose of your clothing. a fashion start-up, from
invitations to special sample
sales and pop up shops, to
huge discounts on bespoke
pieces. There are thousands
of young emerging designers
all over the world working

Eileen Fisher
sustainably who are waiting to
be discovered.
Buy better
The Investment Buy is the

Pachacuti hat weavers


opposite of the cheap haul.
Its all about saving money to
buy that one special piece, a
good friend as Joan Crawford
said. Buy one good one
instead of three cheap ones.
Go artisanal
Its all about buying with care
and loving it for longer. Look for unique artisanal
crafts when youre shopping
Ask why? and you could be supporting
the livelihoods of an entire
How many times do we
community somewhere in
buy just because we can,
the world, empowering the
because its so cheap? But if
women who made it.
something seems impossibly
cheap, a bargain too good
to be true, it probably is.
Question why?.

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Rent, swish, Mend, make You can easily find places,
swap. Buy and customize physical and online, that will
second hand teach you amazing ways to
and vintage customise, mend, transform
pieces. and revitalise your clothes.

Fix up, look sharp


If somethings broken, fix it
Go charity shopping
yourself or take it to a local
At the speed at which we tailor. A rip, a missing button or
consume right now, last a stain should never stand in
seasons collections are in the way of you and a good outfit.
the charity shops in a matter
of months. That means you
can recreate your favourite
looks, personalise them,
and do your bit to stop Youre hired
perfectly good garments
Hiring is new to the scene, but
going to landfill.
a great alternative if you cant Tailor away
afford the latest designer If youve fallen out of love
wares. You can hire celebrities with a piece of clothing,
gowns, post Hollywood party dont throw it out, change Have a go
pieces, ex fashion photoshoot it up. You can tailor clothes Why not think about making
samples and a whole lot to a different shape, add your own clothes? Youll
more. Why buy expensive stuff new embellishments, dye have to learn how to sew a
you might only wear once it a different colour. You little bit, but once you start,
when you can hire it? could turn it into something youll feel empowered to
completely new, like a scarf continue doing it. And then
or an accessory. think about the possibilities!

Donate your Its great that you give your Not that you shouldnt give
clothes clothes to charity shops your clothes to charity shops,
responsibly when you dont want them you should! But consider more
anymore. But our unwanted carefully where you choose
Buy vintage Swap til you drop second hand clothing is to donate. For example, you
Stylists use it, celebrities If youre sick of your becoming a problem for might donate your clothes
swear by it, and its a wardrobe and in need of a some countries in the to help people get to back to
sustainable way to buy. fashion fix, then you could developing world. According work with organizations like
Vintage gives you personal swap clothes with your to Oxfam, More than 70% of Dress for Success or Career
style and means youll friends. Go to a big swishing the clothes donated globally Wardrobe. Or you might look
be reusing, repurposing event, host your own end up in Africa, which has out for local clothing drives to
and extending the life of swishing party or even swap destroyed the economy for help the homeless, refugees
beautiful clothes. your clothes online. local tailors. or people in crisis.

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express get others There are also loads of

Photography by Percy Dean


yourself involved schools and universities
getting involved in Fashion
Revolution too. Is there a
Fashion Revolution team
where you study? If not,
start one.

Become a Student Ambassador


and represent your university
for Fashion Revolution. Email
education@fashionrevolution.org
Use music, art, poetry or to register your interest.
performance to inspire
others to become Fashion
Revolutionaries too. German
musician Bang La Fresh be a craftivist
posted a song on YouTube Use craft as a tool for gentle see it to host a screening
encouraging fans to wear their protest. Join the Craftivist believe it There are some powerful
clothes inside out for Fashion Collective and change the films and documentaries
Revolution Day. world, one stitch at a time. about the fashion industry.
Why not host a film screening
and gather some experts to
lead a discussion. Check out
go guerrilla This is for those who are a bit Find the #Haulternative
our must-see list of films
style subversive. Make your own art You dont need to new www.pinterest.com/
about Fashion Revolution and clothes to enjoy a haul. fashrevglobal/film-library
paste it up around your city. Instead of the traditional
Stage a cheeky public stunt. fashion haul, where you go
Organise a critical mass shopping and post a video
cycle ride. Host an alternative of what youve bought, try
fashion show. Gentle forms a #haulternative; a way of
of protest can make the refreshing your wardrobe
strongest statements. without buying new clothes.
fash mob YouTube vloggers, including
A Flash Mob assembles a Noodlerella, CutiePieMarzia
group of people to make a and Bip Ling, share a better
public statement through way to haul thats fun and
performance. You could fabulous, from upcycling
organise a Fash-mobto get to swaps to finding gems
people thinking about who in charity shops. Check
makes their clothes. out their #haulternative on
Youtube and film your own.
For more ideas, download our
Haulternative pdf:
www.fashionrevolution.org/
haulternative
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MAKE YOUR At Fashion Revolution, weve JOIN OTHER There are hundreds of Get involved in their
VOICE HEARD already been meeting with CAMPAIGNS organisations focused on campaigns too. Find out
politicians at the United social and environmental who is doing what in your
Nations and European Union issues in the fashion and country and local area.
to discuss how important it is textiles industry.
that that the fashion industry is
made safer, fairer and cleaner.

WRITE TO YOUR But your voice would amplify


POLICYMAKERS this message. Write, call, tweet Key organisations
Governments have a part to your local politicians and tell
play in helping fashion become them what you want to know
a force for good. Politicians about your clothing. Lead a
and policymakers can make rally or a public demonstration.
a difference through laws Tell them that you want more Anti-Slavery International Labour Behind the Label
and government policies and protection for both the people antislavery.org laboutbehindthelabel.org
practices. And as citizens, its and the environment that the
our job to tell politicians what fashion industry depend on. Clean Clothes Campaign Pesticide Action Network UK (PAN)
kind of world we want to live in. cleanclothes.org pan-uk.org

Environmental Justice Foundation Stop the Traffik


ejfoundation.org stopthetraffik.org
make a Make a simple promise or this year Im only
statement set yourself a challenge. This going to buy what I
Ethical Fashion Forum Textile Exchange
should get you thinking more absolutely need
ethicalfashionforum.com textileexchange.org
deeply about what you wear,
this year Im only going to
why and how. It might even
buy second-hand or buy Fairtrade International TRAID
boost your style creativity.
sustainably made clothes fairtrade.org.uk traid.org.uk
fairtrade.net
this year Im not going to
War on Want
buy a single thing.
Global Organic Textile Standards (GOTS) waronwant.org/LFHS
global-standard.org
World Fair Trade Organisation (WFTO)
Meet the Discover the real people Find out what their lives are Greenpeace Detox wfto.com
makers who make your clothes. like and where they live. Visit greenpeace.org/detox/
See their faces and hear the Meet the Maker section
their inspiring stories. on our blog to hear straight IndustriALL
from the producers, garment industriall-union.org
workers and makers behind
our clothes. Encourage your
favourite brands to share
stories from their makers too.
www.fashionrevolution.org/blog

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Discover
more

Research Read Think Tanks & film library


Research Bodies
Baptist World Aid Australia Sandy Black www.pinterest.com/fashrevglobal/
Behind the Barcode The Sustainable Fashion Handbook [2012] Centre for Sustainable Fashion film-library/
www.baptistworldaid.org.au/ www.thamesandhudson.com/ www.sustainable-fashion.com
behind-the-barcode The_Sustainable_Fashion_
Handbook/9780500290569 Forum For The Future free Downloads
Centre for Research on www.forumforthefuture.org/
Multinational Corporations Tamsin Blanchard Fashion Revolution posters,
Time for Transparency Green is the New Black: How to Change MISTRA Future Fashion social media assets and branding
www.somo.nl/publications-en/ The World with Style [2008] www.mistrafuturefashion.com www.fashionrevolution.org/resources/
Publication_3941 www.ecolibris.net/greenisthenewblack.asp brand-guidelines-and-assets/
NICE Fashion
Clean Clothes Campaign Elisabeth Cline www.nordicfashionassociation.com/nice
Tailored Wages Report Overdressed: The Shockingly High
inspiration
www.cleanclothes.org/livingwage/ Cost of Cheap Fashion [2012] Pratt Brooklyn Fashion +
tailoredwages/tailored-wage-report www.overdressedthebook.com/author.html Design Accelerator
For more inspiration, infographics and
www.bkaccelerator.com/
ideas, check out our Pinterest boards
International Labor Rights Forum Safia Minney
www.pinterest.com/fashrevglobal
Deadly Secrets Naked Fashion: The New Sustainable Sustainable Clothing Action Plan:
www.laborrights.org/publications/ Fashion Revolution [2012] Clothing Knowledge Hub
Fashion Revolution Blog
deadly-secrets-how-apparel-brands- www.newint.org/books/ethical-living/ www.wrap.org.uk/node/19930
www.fashionrevolution.org/blog/
cover-safety-hazards naked-fashion/
Textiles Environment Design
Rank-A-Brand Lucy Siegle www.tedresearch.net
Feel Good Fashion To Die For: Is Fashion Wearing Out Events
www.rankabrand.nl/static/ The World? [2011] Textile Futures Research Centre
FeelGoodFashion_2014_Summary.pdf www.harpercollins.co.uk/ www.tfrc.org.uk There are now Fashion Revolution teams in
titles/9780007264094/to-die-for- over 80 countries and counting. You can get
New York Times lucy-siegle involved by attending events in your area.
Fast and Flawed Inspections www.fashionrevolution.org/events
of Factories Abroad Kelsy Timmerman
Follow your countrys Facebook and Twitter
www.nytimes.com/2013/ Where Am I Wearing? A Global Tour
pages to stay in touch with whats happening.
09/02/business/global/superficial- to the Countries, Factories and People
visits-and-trickery-undermine- That Make Our Clothes [2012]
foreign-factory-inspections.html www.eu.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/
productCd-1118277554.html
Follow The Things
www.followthethings.com

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Fashion Revolution Day:

@Fash_Rev
fash_rev
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fashrevglobal
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credits

Written by:
Sarah Ditty
Ian Cook
Laura Hunter
Futerra

Designed by:
Heather Knight

with thanks to the fashion revolution


Global Coordination team:
Carry Somers, Founder
Orsola de Castro, Co-Founder
This booklet was produced as part of the #EYD2015 #FashRevTour Heather Knight
Ian Cook
Lucy Shea
Jocelyn Whipple
2015 Martine Parry
European Year Roxanne Houshmand-Howell
for Development Sarah Ditty

40
__________
show
your label
__________
ask brands
who made
my clothes?

be curious
find out
do something

24.04. 16
#whomademyclothes?
fashionrevolution.org
@fash_rev