This white paper is for people who don’t know that much about the human rights and environmental issues behind fashion but want to know more. It is for those who may have participated in the #whomademyclothes hashtag campaign but want to dig a bit deeper. This paper is intended to be diagnostic, setting out why a fashion revolution is needed now.

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