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Sha-de: Celebrating This Year's #whomademyclothes Event

Today, the 24th of April, marks the anniversary of the Rama Plaza disaster in Bangladesh.

That’s when Fashion Revolution was born.

There were five garment factories in Rana Plaza all manufacturing clothing for big global brands. The victims were mostly young women.

This is why, during Fashion Revolution Week, we encourage as many people as possible to ask #whomademyclothes?

It starts with you! Ask yourself: “Who made my clothes?” And then most importantly, ask the brands and retailers you buy from.

Some brands won’t answer at all. Some might tell you where your clothes were made but not who made them. Some will direct you to their Corporate Social responsibility Policy. That’s not good enough. Keeping asking until you get right down to the factory where your garment was made or even the name of the person who made it.

If a brand doesn’t respond, keep asking. Our power is in persistence. The more people who keep asking #whomademyclothes, the more brands will listen.

More info: Why Do We Need a Fashion Revolution