The fashion question everyone is asking today: Who made my clothes?
After the 2013 collapse of the Rana Plaze factory in Bangladesh, a lot of people started asking questions - and Fashion Revolution Day was born. The international movement is taking over the twittersphere -> jump onto the conversation here.
Images via American Apparel, one of our favourite suppliers.
Each garment is made, sweatshop free in ethical manufacturing facilities. Many of our pieces are made in the USA. Others, are made in WRAP aka Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production factories.
Yep, our team of real people, really making clothes in Fredericton, NB. Who said art is dead? We think there's something pretty special about adding a human touch. This idea that, someone who has gone through a struggle, is making something to help you get to your strength.
But we're not exactly the industry standard. So we encourage you to join the conversation, and ask #whomademyclothes?