Tomorrow, 24 April 2014, is a big day! Not only does it mark the one year anniversary of the collapse of the textile factory Rana Plaza in Dhaka, Bangladesh but it’s also the day that designers, retailers, factory workers, cotton farmers, academics and individuals will stand together for the first Fashion Revolution Day to say ENOUGH IS ENOUGH by wearing something inside out and asking brands and retailers, ‘Who Made Your Clothes?’
If you’re already aware of this campaign then I’ll be brief and just give you a quick reminder of what to do for tomorrow. If you’re reading this for the first time scroll down for more information and read the introduction post here.
24 April 2014 – What to do:
Photograph yourself wearing something handmade inside out.
Share with #insideout and #handmadeinsideout on:
- your blog (no problem if you don’t have one)
Click on the image below to sign up (if you’re not one of the 145 that already have)
Virtual FLASH MOB
will raise awareness and ultimately encourage people, brands and retailers to be more considered about garment production and purchasing.
For more details:
- Introduction post about Handmade Fashion Revolution
- Fashion Revolution homepage
- Fashion Revolution on Facebook
- Fashion Revolution on Twitter
- Fashion Revolution on Instagram