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Talk About a ‘Fashion’ Revolution


Thankfully, not just talk, but action has occurred since the very first Fashion Revolution was founded in the wake of the Rana Plaza disaster in 2013. Now, in 2021, it does feel like the industry is changing and waking up to its responsibility to its workers, the planet and its consumers.

Fashion Revolution has now become a global movement that brings people together to amplify unheard and marginalised voices and work together to explore interconnected solutions. Since the outset Fashion-Enter Ltd has been a staunch supporter of the cause with the aim of setting a positive example of ethical fashion production in action.

Fashion-Enter garment workers

This year, 2021, Fashion Revolution has partnered with the World Fair Trade Organisation (WFTO), for a series of conversations, webinars, stories and worker profiles, with the clear objective of promoting industry transparency, the respect of human rights and conserving the environment.

Working with WFTO allows Fashion Revolution to share stories from a global network of producers who follow fair trade practices and to showcase how the fashion industry can empower people and sustain natural resources through small-scale and artisan production models.  

Fashion-Enter garment workers ‘I made your clothes’

From Monday 19th – Sunday 25th April 2021, Fashion Revolution will highlight these positive messages and ask you; whether you are a brand, a retailer, a producer or a consumer to get involved and ask once again #WhoMadeMyClothes and #WhoMadeMyFabric. There are many ways of joining in from using your voice on Twitter to emailing your favourite brands to joining in with online events and signing Fashion Revolutions manifesto. Tap here to find out how you can get involved.

This week highlights the amazing work that our manufacturing workers do and the importance of treating each other and the environment respectfully.

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