The Fabric Social Journal

Apr

IT’S A REVOLUTION: HOW THE FABRIC SOCIAL FIGHTS FOR FAIR FASHION

TFS Team

Some days, it begins at seven-thirty in the morning: sixteen hours crammed into a small room, suffocating in heat and dust and the constant whirr of sewing machines. The supervisor barks an insult and lands a hefty slap across the...

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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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Mar

Woke Woman's Guide to… VAMFF

  Your 2018 might be off to a slightly sluggish start, but all that’s about to change when VAMFF comes to town once again. The annual fashion festival runs from today to 18 March and the full calendar offers up...

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Nov

Growing up a Guerilla Child

Fiona McAlpine
At the tender age of 22, it is safe to say that Khamseng Bohagi has more adventure under her belt than even the most bewhiskered superhero. As the daughter of two leaders of the underground liberation movement in Assam, Northeast India, Khamseng spent her childhood scrambling across borders with secret identities, on the run before she knew how to walk.

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