All Fashion Revolution organisations work to ensure that our clothing is made in a safe, clean and fair way, but often pursue different activities.
Fashion Revolution started in 2013, after the Rana Plaza disaster where 1138 textile factory workers died and 2500 more were injured in the collapse of a factory building.
Since then, people all around the world have started demanding changes in the fashion industry. They now want to know how their clothes are made, wonder about the wellbeing of workers making them, how they live and work, and what is the impact of textile production and use on the environment.
The mission of all participants in Fashion Revolution – consumers, workers, designers, producers, policy makers, business and political leaders, fashion lovers from all over the world – is to ensure transparency and collaboration along the whole production and consuption chain, to create a more ethical and sustainable future. Fashion Revolution believes that fashion can become an active force for good. Read the Fashion Revolution manifesto!
Fashion Revolution is represented by two separate entities in the UK, Fashion Revolution CIC and the Fashion Revolution Foundation. All Fashion Revolution organisations work to ensure that our clothing is made in a safe, clean and fair way, but often pursue different activities.