Posts tagged Who Made My Clothes?
David Jones Publish Interactive Factory List

In line with this year’s Fashion Revolution week, AFC Members David Jones have set the bar high for department stores both local and global. With a campaign sharing the stories of some amazing local Australian labels, the team at David Jones took transparency one step further, publishing an interactive map releasing the locations and details of their Tier One factory list, the suppliers worldwide responsible for the manufacturing of David Jones products.

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Who Made My Clothes? | Merino Country

Merino Country, celebrating 25 years in business, works with Australian Farmers and Fabric Processors, supporting local people & communities. They have traceability of product from the sheep’s back to yours, with all of their fabrics & garments made in Australia. Their ethos? “Sustainable, Ethical & Really, Really Comfy… Naturally!” In the spirit of Fashion Revolution, the Merino Country team are taking a moment to share their makers with you...

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Fashion Revolution Week is Coming!

Fashion Revolution Week | 23rd-29th of April, is the global #whomademyclothes campaign marking the anniversary of the 2013 Rana Plaza factory collapse, where 1,138 people were killed and many more injured. Fashion Revolution Week encourages people to ask brands ‘Who made my clothes’ and demand greater transparency in the fashion supply chain. See how you can get involved!

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Fashion Revolution Week is Coming!

Fashion Revolution Week | 24th-30th April, is the global #whomademyclothes campaign marking the anniversary of the 2013 Rana Plaza factory collapse, where 1,138 people were killed and many more injured. Fashion Revolution Week encourages people to ask brands ‘Who made my clothes’ and demand greater transparency in the fashion supply chain. See how you can get involved!

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A.BCH | Care - Repair - Wear | Workshop

Join A.BCH this Fashion Revolution week and explore how we can make the clothes we already have, last. Learn how to sew on a button, fix that ripped hem and stitch up that growing hole in your sweater. Bring your broken wardrobe favourites and they'll provide the rest. Network with other like minded souls, learn from three guest artists/designers (to be announced shortly) and ask all the questions you want at the Q&A session.

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