Fashion Revolution Week occurs once a year across the world, it is a campaign is for individuals to question brands as to #whomademyclothes and allows them to open up and showcase where clothes are made. To support the campaign you will need to post a different item of your clothing per day, tag the brand and ask them #whomademyclothes. Without knowing where your products and clothing are made it is impossible for companies to value human rights, working conditions and environmental factors. Therefore this requires brands to share this information publicly. This is another step closer for making change in the fashion industry so go on and tag your your brand.
The statistics show how more people are interested in where there clothes are made as this has not ceen such an issue raised prior to the 21st century. This is due to the fast fashion industry exploiting workers and creating a toxic environment. As the world develops social consciousness is becoming prevalent therefore organic and ethical clothing is vital for global change. This is a good movement that is happening as more people are becoming aware of the negative impacts of fast fashion and what this has on future generations.