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Christina Pufitsch

image by Christina Pufitsch (@9thfloorjungle) with caption : "Today is #fashionrevolutionday, a day to remind us what a dirty business the fast fashion industry is. On the 24th of ap" - 1764458052821579624
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Today is , a day to remind us what a dirty business the fast fashion industry is. On the 24th of april in 2013, the rana plaza factory in Bangladesh, where many well known companies were producing their clothes, collapsed. 1138 people were killed, many more injured. Till now, many of the companies still did not pay anything for the families of the people killed or for the people injured during the collapse. It was that day, that many people recognized how the fashion industry really works. So let's ask the brands we wear: . It's not about not producing in countries like Bangladesh. It's about the how. Some fair fashion brands produce in third world countries, but they pay the #livingwage and they keep an eye on the circumstances under which people work. Nobody should work for the minimum wage under horrible and sometimes deathly circumstances just so I can wear a 3€ Shirt. Everybody can do something. Buy less, buy consciously, try fairfashion brands or buy secondhand. Every step in the right directions can help building up a new, compassionate fashion industry.

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Safia Minney

image by Safia Minney (@safia_minney) with caption : "Meeting you is always a treat! @mariekeeyskoot #socialentrepreneur #author extraordinaire 💕. Marieke words:- I can't bel" - 1764416329018609608
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Meeting you is always a treat! @mariekeeyskoot extraordinaire 💕. Marieke words:- I can't believe it was 5 years ago that Rana Plaza collapsed. What a historic day, and how extraordinary that it got turned into such a powerful tool for change, in remembrance of the 1.138 people who lost their lives and over 2,500 who got injured. A huge, huge thank you to all the amazing trailblazers, changemakers and pioneers who made this happen, from @fash_rev founders @orsoladecastro and @carrysomers, to all the people we maybe don't see, but who on an everyday basis work so hard to make the fashion industry a better place. Women's groups, campaigners, trade unionists, ethical brands, researchers, consumers who use their voice and wallets for good. And of course the workers themselves, who are brave enough to risk everything and stand up for what is right. I have so, so much respect for them (and am so honoured to have met a fair few). As I have for this incredible woman. Safia Minney, founder of @PeopleTree and @slavetofash, director of @po_zu, social entrepreneur avant-la-lettre and such an incredible inspiration. It was wonderful to see you again last night, thank you so much for your drive to improve people's lives. There is still so much to do - especially because since Rana Plaza safety may have improved in Bangladesh, but wages, workers' hours and lead times haven't. But with women like you on the team, I'm convinced we will win. I will work even harder today, knowing that we do it together, for the real people who dress us everyday. Let's stand up, and ask our favourite brands (I am wearing People Tree in this picture): 'Who made my clothes?'. . . #livingwage

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Marieke Eyskoot

image by Marieke Eyskoot (@mariekeeyskoot) with caption : "I can't believe it was 5 years ago that Rana Plaza collapsed. What a historic day, and how extraordinary that it got tur" - 1764381996074609491
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I can't believe it was 5 years ago that Rana Plaza collapsed. What a historic day, and how extraordinary that it got turned into such a powerful tool for change, in remembrance of the 1.138 people who lost their lives and over 2,500 who got injured. A huge, huge thank you to all the amazing trailblazers, changemakers and pioneers who made this happen, from @fash_rev founders @orsoladecastro and @carrysomers, to all the people we maybe don't see, but who on an everyday basis work so hard to make the fashion industry a better place. Women's groups, campaigners, trade unionists, ethical brands, researchers, consumers who use their voice and wallets for good. And of course the workers themselves, who are brave enough to risk everything and stand up for what is right. I have so, so much respect for them (and am so honoured to have met a fair few). As I have for this incredible woman. Safia Minney, founder of @PeopleTree and @slavetofash, director of @po_zu, social entrepreneur avant-la-lettre and such an incredible inspiration. It was wonderful to see you again last night, thank you so much for your drive to improve people's lives. There is still so much to do - especially because since Rana Plaza safety may have improved in Bangladesh, but wages, workers' hours and lead times haven't. But with women like you on the team, I'm convinced we will win. I will work even harder today, knowing that we do it together, for the real people who dress us everyday. Let's stand up, and ask our favourite brands (I am wearing People Tree in this picture): 'Who made my clothes?'. . . #livingwage

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Diary of an African Girl

Instagram Image by Diary of an African Girl (@pinaman_) with caption : "MAKING THE FASHION INDUSTRY A SAFER PLACE FOR WORKERS || Today marks the 5th anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory colla" at New Zealand - 1764380145915212699
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MAKING THE FASHION INDUSTRY A SAFER PLACE FOR WORKERS || Today marks the 5th anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh 🇧🇩 where 1,138 garment workers lost their lives and thousands injured. As part of the @fash_rev , we seek to end exploitation, want a fairer wage and better working conditions for workers in the fashion industry. As a consumer, you make a choice with your purchasing decision. So here are a few things you can do to improve the conditions and livelihoods for workers in the garment industry. - Seek ACCOUNTABILITY and TRANSPARENCY from your designers - email them about their manufacturing practices or tag them on social media and ask them - Support DESIGNERS/MANUFACTURERS that employ fair trade and sustainable practices in their business. - BUY QUALITY - invest in Clothing that are well made and use good fabrics that have less impact on the environment. - BUY LESS - aim not to buy more than an item a month and ensure you get more than 30 wears from each garment you purchase. - LOVE 💕 YOUR CLOTHES - Hand wash, line dry or air out your clothes instead of always washing it. - SHARING ECONOMY - Swap clothes with friends, family or rent instead of always buying new items. More importantly, don’t be trend focus when it comes to your purchases. Choose an item that will lasts and complement other items in your wardrobe.

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fair.trader

image by fair.trader (@fair.trader) with caption : "Like most parents, it's our desire to protect and allow little girls to grow up in delight; a life free from violence.

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Like most parents, it's our desire to protect and allow little girls to grow up in delight; a life free from violence. However, in Nepal, it's not common for parents to raise their daughters to live a fully free life. Poverty is rampant, and the perceived value of girls is very low in the culture. For these reasons, girls are trafficked out of the country in high numbers. Let's change the mentality and uplift the value of women and girls. Providing women more employment and leadership opportunity is a solution that is working. We birthed the girls line to create more jobs. Your dollars have an impact for good, and you are making a difference. Gratefully, Katie from Elegantees 💕 (pictured here with my Eden) #livingwage

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Spotted Recycling Boutique

image by Spotted Recycling Boutique (@spottedrecycling) with caption : "Here I am in one of my favourite second hand tops which is very close to #30wears 
As part of #fashionrevolutionweek @fa" - 1764314909917323366
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Here I am in one of my favourite second hand tops which is very close to As part of @fash_rev I would like to ask @sportsgirl ? Are they being paid a ‘living wage’ and working under ethical conditions? Are they being treated fairly by the factory managers? Are they getting paid for all the hours they work with decent lunch breaks? Please would you create more transparency in your supply chain and realise as consumers this to us!! I hope to hear from you!! Even though my wardrobe mainly consists of recycled fashion it still matters. Join me, make a stand, as the questions about the story behind your clothes.

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Espwa Collective

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Leather clutches with fringe made from recycled inner tubes, and hand painted on the inside in true Haitian fashion?! {I really need the blue one in my life!} #livingwage

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Cursed Arrows Trading Company

image by Cursed Arrows Trading Company (@cursedarrowstrading) with caption : "IDOLESS bracelets take a solid couple of hours to make. They are adorned with decorative and functional triple strength " - 1764229673306278688
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IDOLESS bracelets take a solid couple of hours to make. They are adorned with decorative and functional triple strength stitching, along with gold pyramid studs and snaps installed by hand. Faux suede backing for comfort. I make them myself using recycled repurposed fabric, US and German ethically made hardware and thread. Hours to make, and years of great durable wear in good conscience! . . . #livingwage

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Gypsygirl / Ali Swanston

image by Gypsygirl / Ali Swanston (@gypsygirlbeauty) with caption : "Believe it or not, our clothes don’t just magically appear from nothing onto shop floors- but I wonder how many of you c" - 1764169003812832755
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Believe it or not, our clothes don’t just magically appear from nothing onto shop floors- but I wonder how many of you could tell me with certainty where exactly the clothes you are currently wearing, right this moment are from, where did the material come from, what factory were they made? Does that factory pay their workers a living wage? Who exactly made your clothes? For too long there has been a huge disconnect- I know myself that not too long ago I was ignorant to this appalling oversight BUT never fear! One small step we can all start to do to make more transparency a no brainer for fashion brands is to ask “who made my clothes?” Pop your favourite brand a message on Insta, comment on the next gorgeous pic of the latest dress that is a must buy and question which factory the item is made, ask the shop assistants the next time your in your favourite clothing shop if they know where the clothes are made and who by. If we all collectively show the brands and big department stores that we care who makes our clothes, they will have to start responding to these requests and hopefully then we will see a more ethical future for the industry. We will see the faces of the people who put so much blood sweat and tears into making the garments we wear each and every day, and we will demand a living and fair wage for each and everyone of these people who put the dreams of the designer into fruition, because without them l, what would we be wearing? . . . . . Image @fash_rev_ausnz #livingwage

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Carolina Jews For Justice

image by Carolina Jews For Justice (@carolinajewsforjustice) with caption : "If you’re in the Raleigh area, consider coming by to our Workers’ Memorial this Friday." - 1764157252975109613
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If you’re in the Raleigh area, consider coming by to our Workers’ Memorial this Friday.

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eastofgrey

image by eastofgrey (@eastofgrey) with caption : "Well said! Remember, this week is the week to ask your favourite brands #whomademyclothes, as everyone deserves a living" - 1764132875462242398
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Well said! Remember, this week is the week to ask your favourite brands , as everyone deserves a living wage! Join us in the @fash_rev @fash_rev_ausnz we are sure to make a difference.

image by Amy Smith (@amysmith_hope_empower) with caption : "Hey all you Fashionistas out there:
It's #FashionRevolution week!
Get your world changing beauties and a FREE pair of ea" - 1764110710689683789
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Hey all you Fashionistas out there: It's week! Get your world changing beauties and a FREE pair of earrings! . Fashion Revolution is a global movement to raise awareness of real people who make what we buy, & that they deserve to be paid and treated fairly. We are proud to empower our artisans through and provide safe and respectable work environments, as well as fair and living wages. #livingwage