Who made your clothes?

April 25, 2014

Today, the 24th of April 2014, marks the one year anniversary since the Rana Plaza disaster. Organized in it's honour is Fashion Revolution Day, taking the opportunity to make everyone aware of how our clothes are made and to question the brands we buy from. There are so many things I could say on the topic, like mention all the other disasters that don't get press coverage, preach about the good and evil in the fashion industry, or make you feel guilty about even walking past a Primark store and not throwing eggs at it. In the end I think I bring up the issue of ethical fashion often enough, so if you haven't seen it, here's my Ethical Directory. If you feel so inclined, give the Fashion Revolution page a look.

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  1. Your directory is such a great tool. Also, I'm in love with your still life photography.

  2. Beautiful photos as usual! and really appreciate your attention to and concern for ethical fashion. you lovely lady, you. xo

  3. I just found your blog through October Rebel and LOVE it! Its so nice to see more people paying attention to ethical fashion. You have a new follower :)
    xo Hannah


  4. Short but sweet! Good luck with your exams - hope you kick some academic ass :)

  5. what a beautiful details <3


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