Why You Should Join the Fashion Revolution
These local faces have turned their clothes inside out to support the cause
Fashion Revolution is on a global mission to reveal the true cost of fashion. Two years ago on Friday, Rana Plaza - an illegally built, eight-storey garment factory in Bangladesh - collapsed, killing more than 1130 garment workers and injuring thousands. This factory, among hundreds of others like it, was a major supplier for some of the world’s most popular chain stores and an example of another tragic accident that plagues the garment industry.
On April 24, Fashion Revolution Day asks people to wear a piece of clothing inside out with the label visible, asking brands "who made my clothes" and posting it on social media to encourage people to become more curious about how clothes are made.
These well-known faces have shown their support for the cause - and you can too by posting your own picture this Friday using the hashtags #fashrev and #whomademyclothes
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