Fashion Revolution

How conscious is your closet?
This week is not only Earth Week, it is also, Fashion Revolution Week. Fashion Revolution Week serves to honor those who lost their lives or were injured during the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Dhaka, Bangladesh on April 24, 2013. 
This week offers people an opportunity to collectively challenge the fashion industry to improve its dangerous practices and to consider who made their clothes. Take a picture with your tag showing, and ask…who made my clothes?
The movement also helps to promote and support brands that are already making a conscious effort to positively impact both producers and consumers.  We have been lucky enough to work with so many wonderful Fair Trade, and Ethical companies.  It is our pleasure to shine a spotlight on some of them now.  
Apolis (clothing and luggage)
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Live FashionABLE (scarves and leather goods)
click here
Nisolo (footwear)
click here
Vitamin A (swimwear) 
click here.
Yellow 108 (recycled hats and other products)
click here.
Krochet Kids Intl. (clothing)
click here.
Liz Alig (clothing)
click here.
Pour Les Femmes (sleepwear)
click here.
Beyond Beanie (knit wear)
click here.
Paisley and Sparrow (jewelry) 
click here.
10 Thousand Villiages (home goods)
click here.
Keep fighting for change.  Everyone deserves a fair and safe work environment. 
LLLove,
Jen & Jess

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