Day 2 of fashion revolution week. did you join our tweetchat last night @ethicalhour? so many great brands showing their support for change within the fashion industry. we demand greater transparency, fairness and better working conditions. more photos of our customers showing their support for our ethical fashion brand.
As most of you changemakers will know, this week is fashion revolution week. it's a week dedicated to the 1138 people who lost their lives in the totally preventable rana plaza tragedy that took place in bangladesh in 2013. the collapse of the factory building highlights how fashion delivery requirements can for some be considered more important than the lives of individuals, as the building was already deemed too unsafe to enter. as a result, @fash_rev was born and there is so much you can do, as an individual, to have an impact. take a photo of the label of the brands you wear and ask them the question #whomademyclothes? it's our responsibility to band together, to join the revolution and ensure that companies realise its transparency rather than cheap clothing ✨
Indoors or outdoors we've got you smelling sweet with our range of maison blanche candles.
made from soy wax, a biodegradable and longer lasting alternative to paraffin wax.
for my fellow animal lovers there is even a lemon, lavender and eucalyptus candle that provides the australian koala foundation with funds to plant a tree to assist in their work to protect and maintain wild koala habitats.
hand poured with love in maison blanche's sydney, australia studio these candles make the perfect mothers day treat.
I just popped our last wool lana heart online ❤handmade by women from the j'pas joloviletik weaving cooperative. these beauties sold out last year, but i found 1 more in our studio. just in time for mother's day 🌸
We are born into a world where advertising is everywhere. 🌎the average person sees over 5,000 advertisements every day! but every ad carries the exact same message. 'your life will be a whole lot better if you buy what we are selling'🤳🏽we hear this so many times that we begin to believe it. this week is fashion revolution week, where we join the movement and ask brands who made my clothes? 💭fashion revolution started in 2013 after the rana plaza building collapsed and killed 1,138 people and a further 2,500 were injured. 👚👗👖this was because they were working in unsafe and dirty conditions, with very little pay. this is the reality of fast fashion. next time you see a clothing ad, think, who made this? what is their life and working conditions like? you can make a difference! go for 1 ethically made piece of clothing instead of 10 quickly made, unethical pieces. 💭remember to ask, who made my clothes? also.. you can go onto their website to find events running near you! 📍