On 24 April - the second anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh - a Fashion Revolution took over the world by asking companies and brands 'Who made my clothes?', and raising awareness about the behind-the-scenes issues of the fashion industry. One of the ways in which Fash Rev-ers educated the public was through this social experiment in Berlin. A vending machine was set up selling cheap t-shirts, but before confirming their purchase, customers had to watch a video first..
This is the coolest thing I've seen all day. This proves that there is massive power in education, as well as having integrity and doing the right thing even though it's inconvenient. If you know better, do better.
I like Fashion Revolution Day more than I like my birthday.