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2 minutes with Carry Somers, Fashion Revolution founder

Fashion Revolution Day, on the anniversary of the Rana Plaza collapse, will raise awareness of the fashion industry’s most pressing issues, show that change is possible and celebrate those who are on a journey to create a more ethical,sustainable future.

Carry FRD

1) Why is this the right time for something like Fashion Revolution Day to happen?

The Rana Plaza disaster was a catalyst for change. It has enabled us to create a platform which brings together
everyone who wants to see a more sustainable future for fashion.

2) What do you hope Fashion Revolution will achieve?

Fashion Revolution will challenge the industry to do better, celebrate fashion and spread excitement about the power it has to make big changes happen. I hope that by showcasing best practise, we can change lives.

3) What are you most excited about for the 24th?

The sheer variety of events happening globally, from a workshop in Kathmandu on cleaning dye wastewater, to a huge open-air fashion show through the centre of Barcelona.

Please find out more at www.fashionrevolution.org