If you haven't heard about the Fashion Revolution, you have most probably heard about #WhoMadeMyClothes, which every year in April floods the Instagram. However, if you still have no clue, or you just didn't pay attention to it so far, FashRev is a non profit organization that is concerned with the reverse side of the coin of the fashion industry.
Because behind all the gloss, which we see every day through advertisement, catalogues or window displays, there's a lot of dirt.
The goal of the FashRev is to point out individual problems throughout the supply chain to the final customers and give them the power, in the form of the hashtag, demand transparency from their favourite brands.
I will leave it there for now, because about "slow fashion" (the fashion that doesn't succumb the always changing trends) I will surely write some more. If you feel the need to learn more right away, go on the official websites of the Fashion Revolution.
I have been interested in the "redesign" of this industry for about 2 years, and I am very proud to be part of this movement as an Ambassador. This year I will therefore organize couple of events in Melbourne.
One of them will be my presentation called "Loved Clothes Last", where I will be talking about couple of problems in the supply chain and I will also give some ideas how to change our shopping habits.
Have a look at my invitation and if you are currently in Melbourne and you would like to participate in organizing the rest of the events, feel free to fill in this form.