How To Celebrate #WhoMadeMyClothes Week

NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 12: Wardrobe is seen backstage at the Fashion Istanbul show during New York Fashion Week: The Shows September 2016 at The Gallery, Skylight at Clarkson Sq on September 12, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Gustavo Caballero/Getty Images for New York Fashion Week: The Shows)

Issa movement. 

Thousands of people have taken to the wires of the internet to call out various clothing brands who are still trying to get away with sweatshop labor. Tweet out #WhoMadeMyYeezy because word on the street is they were made in a sweatshop.

The hashtag movement was born out of the devastatingly of the infamous Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh. The manufacturing tragedy was one of the worst in history, as  it killed 1,133, and injured over 2,500 people. Since then, the fashion industry has been looking for more innovative ways to produce and manufacture clothing as the future.

#WhoMadeMyClothes is just one social campaign that reminds companies to get in formation and just do right.

The Fashion Revolution with the help of all of us  creating a new standard within the fashion industry to demand that brands provide supply chain transparency and take full responsibility of production, from farm to factory.

Here’s how celebrate International #WhoMadeMyClothes Week.

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