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It's your decision.
What is Fashion Revolution Day?

More than 1,000 garment workers lost their lives when the Rana Plaza factory building collapsed near Dhaka, Bangladesh in 2013. More than 2,000 people were injured, some so badly that they can no longer work today. These figures prove once again that a revolution in the fashion industry is imperative. The non-profit organization calls for Fashion Revolution Day every year on April 24th. Fashion Revolution is a global movement for more transparency in the fashion industry. On April 24, all campaign supporters wear their clothing inside out. It's about setting an example for more transparency and better working conditions in the textile industry.

Wear the difference.
Because you decide what you wear.

Sure, the fashion brands decide whether they pay attention to socially fair working conditions at their producers - but you decide which brand you trust. That's why everyone has the power to make a positive difference with their own (buying) behavior - 365 days a year! Our tip: see the dark side of the fashion industry for yourself. For example with the impressive film "The True Cost - The Price of Fashion." And then decide what you want to do for a fairer (fashion) world.
To the movie
Invest consciously
  • in sustainable fashion that will accompany you for many years.
  • Find out and buy from manufacturers who ensure transparency and fairness.
  • Challenge your favorite brands to commit to high social standards.
  • On April 24th, wear your clothes inside out and post a photo with the hashtag #fashionrevolutionday and #whomademyclothes.
  • Follow and share our promotions every year around Fashion Revolution Day.
With these seals you are right
hessnatur guideline
Transparency in the supply chain: Sustainably manufactured and tested according to hessnatur's high quality standards.
To the conditions
Fair Wear Foundation
The highest award from the Fair Wear Foundation stands for a concrete improvement in social standards in the textile supply chain.
To the hessnatur leader status
IVN order
Seal IVN Best from the International Association of Natural Textile Industry guarantees compliance with the International Labor Organization.
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Internationally leading standard with comprehensive guidelines for ecologically and socially responsible textile production.
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Fair trade cotton
This seal is awarded for raw cotton that has been fairly grown and treated.
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Cotton made in Africa
Internationally recognized standard for raw cotton from Africa. CmiA works for small farmers in Africa to improve their working and living conditions.
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Green button
The state-monitored seal identifies socially and ecologically sustainable textiles.
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Our vision is a fair future for all.
  • We have been awarded Leader Status by the Fair Wear Foundation (FWF) continuously since 2017. According to the FWF, we are one of the 5 fairest textile companies in the world this year - because we are not only pioneers in ecological, but also in social standards.
  • We are committed to high social standards, fair working conditions and promising prospects. Because the future of the workers of our partners is also our responsibility. Therefore we rely on fair prices for our partners, long-term partnerships, training and education.
  • We have our own monitoring & complaints program for all partners.
  • We have independent audits, e.g. B. by the Fair Wear Foundation.
What we stand for:


The social standards at a glance.
  • No exploitation through child labor
  • Safe and healthy working conditions
  • A legally binding employment relationship
  • Free choice of work
  • Payment of living wages
  • No discrimination in the workplace
  • Reasonable working hours
  • Freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining
Learn more Our impact report
Fashion Revolution Week demo

Take to the streets with us and the Frankfurt Fashion Movement team on April 23, 2022. The start is at 2.30 p.m. on Rathenauplatz in Frankfurt. What we do? We form a symbolic human chain with 55 people. Why 55? Because an average of 55 people along the entire value chain are involved in the production of a t-shirt. With this we want to show how strongly the price of a t-shirt is decoupled from the value of the work and the resources.

With our campaign we support the Fashion Revolution Week 2022.

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