Fashion Savvy People Around The World Are Wearing Clothes Inside Out In Hopes To Revolutionize The Industry


This week marks the beginning of the annual Fashion Revolution initiative calling for a more transparent industry. The initiative marks the 3rd anniversary of the Rana Plaza tragedy, which took the lives of more than 1,200 garment workers in Bangladesh after a building of factories collapsed due to non-existent health and safety standards. 

In order to ensure something like this never happens again, those behind Fashion Revolution would like people to do one simple thing  — ask questions. 

Do you know who made your clothes? Do you know if they work in safe conditions? Did they earn a living wage? 

"We believe that fashion can be made in a safe, clean and beautiful way. Where creativity, quality, environment and people are valued equally," it says on Fashion Revolution's website. "On 18-24 April, Fashion Revolution Week will bring people from all over the world together to use the power of fashion to change the story for the people who make the world's clothes and accessories."

Now hundreds of fashion savvy people are joining Fashion Revolution by uploading photos of themselves wearing their clothes inside out with a label clearly visible, demanding brands tell them who made their clothes. 

Take a look for yourself below.

You can join Fashion Revolution by uploading your own photo on social media with the following message:

"I'm [Name] , and I want to thank the people who made my [clothes] . Hi @[brand], #WhoMadeMyClothes? via @Fash_Rev"

Let's all ask more questions and call for more transparency in the industry.