Who Made My Clothes? #FashRev Day Event in San Francisco

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Thanks to everyone who came out for the Fashion Revolution Day event in SF!

We had a ton of fun while supporting transparency in the fashion industry. The #WhoMadeMyClothes campaign made a big splash in the news, on social media, and in the lives of everyday people around the world. (For a taste of the action, take a look at Fashion Revolution on Instagram.) True change within the fashion industry will only come when consumers demand to know how their clothes were made, who made them, and how those workers were treated.

Big thanks to Wildlife Works and Ecologique Fashion for inviting us. All #FashRev day photos are by the talented Bryan Berry.

Fashion Revolution Day campaigners | SF downtown 2016

Who Made My Clothes | Fashion Revolution Day flash mob in San Francisco

Fash Rev Who Made My Clothes March in downtown San Fran 2016

Models in support of a Fashion Revolution | Supply Chain transparency in the fashion industry

Want to learn the artisans who made your INDIGENOUS organic + fair trade fashion? Scan the Fair Trace Tool™—a QR Code located on the back of each of our hang tags. When you wear INDIGENOUS, it's easy to learn about the artisans who made the sweater, skirt, top, or pants you purchased.

Yo Hice tu Ropa | I made your clothes | Fashion Revolution | IndigenousYo Hice Tu Ropa | I made your clothes | Fair trade clothing garment worker

Look for a post about the women and men who make our clothes coming soon. Each is a talented artisan working in a fair trade factory, from their home, or in a small workshop in Peru.

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