The 24 April marks the second annual Fashion Revolution Day, a global campaign to raise awareness about the origin of our clothes and the true costs associated with fashion. This is the second anniversary of the collapse of the Rana Plaza factory in Dhaka Bangladesh, which killed 1133 people and injured more than 2500 others.
As part of Fashion Revolution in Australia, students from the Master of Fashion Entrepreneurship Sustainable Product Design and Development for Fashion and Textiles course will be posting to Instagram and Twitter using the hashtag #rmitmofe. To follow the school’s events this week, search #rmitmofe on Twitter and Instagram, or follow the RMIT Master of Fashion (E) accounts on Instagram and on Twitter.
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#Repost @ethicalclothingaustralia with @repostapp. ・・・ It can be hard finding ethical alternatives when shopping. Keep your eyes out for the ECA logo; it guarantees that a garment has been made ethically right here in Australia. #ethicalclothingaustralia #australianmade #ethicalfashion