Who made my belt ?

Who made my belt ?

The Fashion Revolution Week is here! From Monday 15th of April until the 24th of April, we're challenging fashion industry standards and advocating a more ethical and sustainable future.

This year is special, as it is the 10th anniversary of the Fashion Revolution Organization.

"For nearly 10 years, we have been campaigning passionately for a clean, safe, fair, transparent and accountable fashion industry. We believe in a global fashion industry that conserves and restores the environment and values people over growth and profit." - FashionRevolution.org




Fashion Revolution Week aims to increase transparency in fashion supply chains and advocate fair wages, safe working conditions and environmental sustainability.

By encouraging consumers to ask "Who made my clothes?", the event raises awareness of the people and processes behind our clothes.


Join the movement

You can make a difference.

Take advantage of this week to rethink your consumption.

And even if Fashion Revolution Week is aimed at the fashion world, it goes without saying that you can go further than that: food, toys, decoration, ...

Think before you buy. Look at labels.

Mending in public

Grab your needle and thread, head out into your local community and mend in protest against disposable fashion.

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Shop local

Support local artisans and designers by buying from brands that promote sustainable development and ethical practices. Not only does this reduce your carbon footprint, it also encourages local players and supports small businesses.

Find out more about our commitments

Raising awareness

Use your voice and platforms to raise awareness of Fashion Revolution Week. Share messages on social media, organize discussions with friends and family, and encourage others to join the movement.

Join us in revolutionizing fashion !

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