April 24th marks the 5th anniversary of the Rana Plaza Garment Factory collapse in Bangladesh, taking the lives of over 1,200 women garment workers. We love fashion, but we don’t want our clothes to come at the cost of people or our planet.
Join us for a panel discussion and factory tour in honor of Fashion Revolution, a global movement calling for greater transparency in the fashion industry and asking #whomademyclothes?
We will spotlight local women thought-leaders making waves in ethical fashion and how they are transforming the industry for the better.
From design to production, you'll meet the women leading the way to a more sustainable, fair future for the fashion industry. Stay and mingle with treats and drinks to meet your maker!
Clothier Design Source will introduce the people behind the clothes we wear by opening their doors and giving guests a personal tour of their local garment factory.
Associate professor and Chair of the Department of Apparel, Merchandising and Design at St. Kate's Fashion Association
Executive Director of Educators for Socially Responsible Apparel Practices (ESRAP)
President of Clothier Design Source
Director of Operations at Hackwith Design House
Global Sourcing Manager - Textiles
Writer, Blogger, & Stylist at Artizan Collective
Hosted by Clothier Design Source in honor of Fashion Revolution.