Happy Fashion Revolution Week!

Fashion Revolution strives to be action-oriented and solution focused. Rather than making people feel guilty, we help them recognise that they have the power to do something to make a positive change.


People died in the Rana Plaza Factory in Bangladesh


Litres of water in order to produce

one generic cotton T-shirt


Percent of UK retailers that think there might be modern slavery involved in their supply chain.

About Fashion Revolution

The movement started in 2014 after the Rana Plaza disaster and strives for a better fashion industry. Rather than making people feel guilty, Fashion Revolutions helps them recognise that they have the power to do something to make a positive change. Read more about Fashion Revolution here!

The last few weeks have been very busy for us, launching our new collection and updating our webshop. All while figuring out how to handle things during the COVID-19 outbreak. But it’s important to take a moment to talk about Fashion Revolution in this Whitee Story. This is what they had to say about this years first online edition: “The COVID-19 crisis has led to major brands and retailers shutting up shop and cancelling supplier payments and orders, without taking responsibility for the workers in their supply chains who mostly lack sick pay, paid leave or adequate health care. Having so savings to fall back on. And beyond the devastating human and economic cost of the global coronavirus pandemic, seven years on from the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh, human rights abuses, modern slavery and environmental degradation remain rife within the industry.”

Whitee Clothing x Fashion Revolution

All our partners are members of Fair Wear Foundation. So we know exactly #whomadeyourclothes. We’re working on exclusive footage on how our garments are made. Do you want to know everything about the ethical production of our garments? Read the Fear Wair Foundation reports on our partners here, or send us a message!