Fashion Revolution Week
The fashion industry has grown at a frenzied pace. Consumers crave the newest, hottest, fresh-off-the-runway styles. This “fast fashion” focuses on quick, cheap production. Manufacturers underbid their competitors to keep up.
When issues like large cracks or other structural warning signs arise at these factories, the pressure to meet industry demands doesn’t allow for the downtime to address unsafe working conditions. Unethical companies choose risk over human rights. The unfathomable cost of that risk was evident nine years ago this week yet continues today.
Trades of Hope is Proud to Stand with Fashion Revolution Week
Won’t you please stop and consider…
Who made my clothes, shoes, jewelry, bag or ________________?
BEFORE YOUR NEXT PURCHASE?
Trades of Hope is Proud to be
What Can You Do?
SHOP FAIR TRADE COMPANIES – there are more fair-trade options for all consumer products available today than ever before. Do your research, do your part.
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SHARE OUR TRADES OF HOPE GRAPHICS showing the REAL PEOPLE all around the world that are proud to be “Slow Fashion” and take pride in each handcrafted piece.
Trades of Hope Fashion Revolution Week Challenge!
Check out our daily ethical styling prompts on Facebook or Instagram and join our online community!
Post your look daily on social media with hashtags:
Tag 3 friends on Facebook and Instagram to join you in our FRW Ethical Fashion Challenge!
through Fashion as a Force for Good!
5 Ways to Slow Down Fast Fashion – Originally Published April 23, 2019.