Online and Global
This year, due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Ethical Brands for Fashion Revolution was online and Global! We ran a week-long conference of content, including interviews, panel sessions and workshops – all brought to you in the comfort of your own home.
The conference is now over but don’t worry – it’s not too late to still get involved!
VIP ticket holders can access all content on demand for 2 weeks after they’ve aired, so join in now, and you catch up on what you’ve missed in your own time.
Clothes Swapping Community
On Saturday 25th announced we would postpone our online clothing swapping sessions. However, we will run these in May 2020. You can still join the swapping community and get ready to swap something you don’t wear for something different – simply order a ticket (one-time membership fee) by clicking the ticket link below.
Tickets cost £5 and £1 will be donated to Fashion Revolution. These will be hosted by Roberta Style Lee, one of our event sponsors.
Big thanks to our sponsors Make Hay Green Hosting, Ethical Brand Directory and Couchman Bespoke; as well as our media partner Pebble Magazine, and the teams at Where Does It Come From? and Jake and Maya Kids for putting this event together.
High Level Schedule
Monday 20th April 2020 #FashionRevolutionWeek – Why are we doing this?
Tuesday 21st April 2020 #WhoMadeMyClothes – Clothes with Stories – Transparency
Wednesday 22nd April 2020 #FashionFix – Clothing Repair/Upcycling/Recycling
Thursday 23rd April 2020 #WhatsInMyClothes – fibres, fabrics, accessories – how are they impacting people and planet?
Friday 24th April 2020 #DigitalStrike – the movement to make fashion better
Saturday 25th April 2020 #LovedClothesLast – Choosing clothes that you love. Clothing love stories, we all have them!
Sunday 26th April 2020 #FashionRevolutionFuture – What are the next steps in making fashion better?
What is Fashion Revolution?
Fashion Revolution week takes place April 20th to 26th, commemorating the garment workers who were killed and injured in the Rana Plaza disaster of 2013. The movement asks customers to ask their clothing brands ‘Who Made My Clothes?’ – calling for greater transparency and an end to harmful labour practices in the garment industry.
The movement aims to unite the fashion industry and ignite a revolution to radically change the way that clothes are sourced, produced and purchased, so that what the world wears has been made in a safe, clean and fair way.