JOIN THE FASHION REVOLUTION WITH LONE DESIGN CLUB
Fashion Revolution Week is a global movement that seeks to bring greater transparency and sustainability to the fashion industry. It is a week-long event that takes place every year in April to coincide with the anniversary of the Rana Plaza disaster in Bangladesh, which claimed the lives of over 1,100 garment workers. The event is a call to action for consumers, brands, and policymakers to come together and demand a more ethical and sustainable fashion industry. Fashion Revolution Week provides an opportunity for us to reflect on the true cost of our fashion choices and to demand change from the fashion industry. It is a chance to ask ourselves, "Who Made My Clothes?" and to hold brands accountable for the conditions under which their clothes are produced.
One of the key messages of Fashion Revolution Week is the importance of transparency. Knowing where our clothes come from and who made them is crucial. We need to be able to trace the entire supply chain, from the raw materials to the finished product. This information should be readily available to consumers, and brands should be held accountable for the conditions under which their clothes are made.
At Lone Design Club, we prioritise transparency and promote ethical and sustainable fashion practices. Customers have the opportunity to meet our designers in-store. This empowers customers to make informed decisions and encourages accountability in the fashion industry.
Monika Dimova is just one of our many brands that prioritises transparency and ethical practices within their mission. They're committed to excellence in design and craftsmanship, and work with local, highly-skilled artisans throughout the manufacturing process to ensure the highest quality and experience.
"The fashion industry needs to change, garment workers deserve, safe working conditions, fair pay and to be treated with respect and Fashion Revolution week is a time when we demand brands do exactly that. "
Another important aspect of Fashion Revolution Week is the emphasis on moving away from the fast fashion model, which encourages us to overconsume. Instead, we need to invest in high-quality, sustainable fashion that is designed to last.
Sustainability is an essential part of ethical fashion practices, which is why we mindfully work with designers who prioritise sustainability and ensure that their products are not only ethical but also environmentally responsible. From recycled fabrics, deadstock, preloved, upcycled, vegan, plant-based, reusable, and transeasonal materials, we strive to offer a diverse range of sustainable fashion options to our customers. We also work with designers who have limited collections to encourage less consumption and reduce waste.
King Cockerel Co is committed to minimising their environmental impact. Their designs are inspired by Mediterranean culture and lifestyle, and they use 100% organic cotton for their products. KCC's Core values are centred around sustainability, and they achieve this by using only recycled, organic, and locally sourced materials. By utilising sustainable materials and prioritising their environmental impact, KCC demonstrates a commitment to the values promoted by Fashion Revolution Week.
Fashion Revolution Week is not just about demanding change from the fashion industry; it is also about celebrating the positive steps that have already been taken. There are many ethical and sustainable fashion brands out there that are doing things differently, from using recycled materials to paying fair wages to their workers. By supporting these brands, we can help to create a more ethical and sustainable fashion industry.
Fashion Revolution Week is an important event that highlights the need for greater transparency and sustainability in the fashion industry. It is a call to action for consumers, brands, and policymakers to come together and demand change. By asking "who made my clothes?" and holding brands accountable, we can create a fashion industry that is both ethical and sustainable. Join the mission - sign the manifesto.