Next week, April 24-30, is Fashion Revolution Week, a “global movement calling for greater transparency, sustainability and ethics in the fashion industry.” This is a time where the fashion community unites to ask the question: “Who made my clothes?” in an effort to bring greater awareness to the fashion supply chain ~ how clothing is produced, sourced, purchased, and the lives behind it all who are impacted through the process.
Without a doubt, this movement is actually a year-round effort for anyone who cares about people and our planet, but on this week there’s an extra push for involvement ~ from fashion brands to suppliers to shoppers.
I’ve written about the Fashion Revolution for a few years now, and this year I shared a post on PR Couture ~ an interview with Roxanne Houshmand-Howell, head of brands and partnerships at Fashion Revolution. You can check out the post here, and learn more about the movement, its evolution, and how brands – and you – can get involved! #whomademyclothes