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Fashion Revolution Week 2017

It’s Fashion Revolution Week. We encourage you to expose the supply chain and demand transparency in the fashion industry. Ask the question #whomademyclothes towards the makers of your clothes, bags and shoes.

Merman Sweater Red Whistable Donna Wilson

Fashion Revolution Day (on the 24th April) honours the memory of the workers deceased in the collapse of the Rana Plaza factory building in Bangladesh three years ago.

We rely on our UK based suppliers to keep our business running and appreciate the traditional process that goes into making each garment. We design all our sweaters and every year we use the same Scottish family-run mill that produces the finest quality knitwear.

Three Tree Sweater Chuck Chipmunk Donna WilsonBlah Blah Sweater Model Donna Wilson

(Pictured Merman sweater, Three Tree cable knitted sweater, Blah Blah half sleeve sweater are all knitted in Scotland)

Last year we showed you our Scottish makers who put so much hard work into making our cosy lambswool jumpers. Meet them agai

Fashion Revolution Staff Rita

Rita, Steam Presser.

Fashion Revolution Staff Uisdean

Uisdean, Design Programmer.

Fashion Revolution Staff David

David, Knit Production.

Fashion Revolution Staff Aldona

Aldona, Garment Machinist.

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