Fashion Revolution Week took place as it does annually. But different. This time online exclusively. We didn't meet in person, but we could take part in events, webinars and discussions through the internet. It is the same way that each year everyone can participate in it asking brands #whomademyclothes and that did not change.
And you know what? It's working! Each year more people join The Revolution and at Fashion Revolution's site you can find Fashion Revolution Index showing exactly which of the biggest brands are listening to their more and more conscious customers and are trying to meet their expectations:
During this Fashion Revolution Week we often shared hopes that current situation is going to influence people and make them think more about products they buy - where they came from and what conditions they were made in. Maybe hyperconsumeristic era is going to end and we're going to go back to what really matters? We would love that!
This year we are especially happy, because against all odds we could finally show you who made your Fairma's shoes!
#imadeyourshoes #SHOESTOLOVE #fairma
Times are hard and we have no idea how it will change, but we really hope that all of us will get through it and grow in a new and - let's hope - better reality.