The Fabric Social Journal — impact

Apr

An Impact Update from our Co-Founders

Dear Friends,We started The Fabric Social to support and celebrate women producers who are working to overcome the obstacles of their circumstances, whilst keeping the artistry and creativity of their communities alive.Four years later, and we have seen our fair...

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Apr

Fashion is a Feminist Issue

Akter was just 11 years old when she started working in a Dhaka factory, 12 when she joined her first protest against factory working conditions.

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Apr

Turning the Fashion Industry on its Head

Fiona McAlpine

Fashion Revolution Week asks consumers to push brands to show them #whomademyclothes? We are stoked when people ask us this question, not only because we know the answer, but because we love the answer.

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Mar

Lovewashing is the new greenwashing and it has to stop.

Fiona McAlpine

The fashion industry needs to have the guts to look in the mirror, not just to critique the popularly unpopular outside world. We will be the first ones to applaud the industry for standing up for the vulnerable and disenfranchised, if and when they actually do.

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