REAL TALK: It's a Fashion Revolution!

This week, not only did Baptist World Aid release their annual report card for over 400 brands and retailers we know and love this week, but this year marks 5 years since Rana Plaza collapsed, the tragedy which killed and injured thousands of workers, who work to make garments in the poorest of conditions. 


We know it's working. Since last year, there has been a 5% increase in transparency. App's have come out making ethical purchases as simple as possible. People are talking up and labels are pressured into communicating their processes. Because transparency, equals accountability, which results in change. 

If you would like to get involved, follow @fash_rev on Instagram for ways to get involved.


So if you're wondering what this week is all about and why its important, heres the lowdown: From the 23rd to the 29th February, people across the world take part in what is the biggest movement campaigning for a fairer, safer, fashion industry. #WhoMadeMyClothes trends online, where people ask brands for full transparency. Its a week where people that love fashion, but don't want it to exploit people or destroy our planet.