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Fashion Revolution Day is April 24. It takes place on the tenth anniversary of the 2013 Rana Plaza building's demise. "Who made my clothes?" organizers encourage people to ask their favorite clothing brands "who made my clothes?" on this day. To reveal some of the deplorable conditions in which clothing is made, the aim is to bring greater transparency in the fashion supply chain.
A clothing factory in Dhaka, Bangladesh, on April 24, 2013, killing 1,133 workers and injuring 2,500 more. This was the deadliest accident in the clothing industry's history. Despite the factory's continued operations up until the deadly accident, the Rana Plaza building was reported to have been constructed with substandard materials under faulty conditions.
Another garment factory in Bangladesh collapsed, killing 110 people five months earlier.
Organizers encourage grassroots and social media participation. According to them, one of the main ways to get involved is through social media, encouraging people to use the all-important #whomademyclothes hashtag.
During Fashion Revolution Week, take a snapshot of your clothing label, post the image on social media, and ask the brand of the clothing, #whomademyclothes? Participants can tag the brand with #whomademyclothes so they can see your question. During Fashion Revolution Week (22nd-28th April), post your photo on Instagram during Fashion Revolution Week (22nd-28th April) and encourage your friends to do the same.
Here's a link to see how to mark the day.
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#fashionrevolution, #fashionrevolution, #fashionrevolution, or the industry's official hashtag, follow #fashionrevolutionday or #fashionrevolution on social media.
The first Fashion Revolution Day was April 24th, 2014. Fashion Revolution Week began in 2016 in Atlanta, which later became Fashion Revolution Week.
The day is sponsored and promoted by Fashion Revolution, a worldwide movement with teams in over 100 countries around the world, and it is sponsored and promoted by the non-profit group Fashion Revolution, a worldwide movement with teams in over 100 countries around the world.
Fashion Revolution Day began as a social media movement to bring attention to the clothing's devastating effects of fast fashion.
Carry Somers and Orsola de Castro, two of the group's founders, Fashion Revolution, founded the day.