April 24th, 2013 is the most important day for fashion. But not because it’s Fashion Week. It’s because 1,134 men and women, with families, hopes and dreams just like us, lost their lives while making our clothes.

Did you know that 80% of our fashion is made by women in their early twenties? The only time we hear about these millennial makers is when tragedies such as Rana Plaza occur. Our movement is here to make her visible. Let’s never forget Rana Plaza and keep asking our favorite brands #whomademyclothes?

From Haiti, to Pakistan to China, come meet the women that power the fashion industry and share their stories. Moved to remake your closet? Discover better brands here, that are committed to a more just fashion industry. Together lets #wearourvalues.

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