Fashion: An Ethical Revolution

With people around the world becoming aware of the inhumane conditions workers face, brands, major retailers and militant organizations launched numerous initiatives to change their production cycles and encourage responsible consumption…

By eléonore terzian Published on 03 December 2015 Share

We were all shocked and dismayed by the 1 000 people killed and 2 000 injured in the Rana Plaza disaster in Bangladesh in 2013. Since then, the textile-garment industry has experienced a true Before and After. With people around the world becoming aware of the inhumane conditions workers face, brands, major retailers and militant organizations launched.

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