It has been 4 years since the collapse of the Rana Plaza factory in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Unfortunately the fast fashion industry still makes daily victims and change is very much needed.

W.Green was originally founded to help speed up this change. One of our first clients when we just started was ARMEDANGELS, a Cologne-based fashion company that truly lives an breathes fair and sustainability.

In order to create awareness around this dark side of the fashion industry, every year on the memorial day of the Rana Plaza disaster we see people showing their clothing tags on social media with one really important question: “Who made my clothes?”

This is part of the Fashion Revolution, a global movement that runs all year long. They aim to show that change is possible and encourage those who are on a journey to create a more ethical and sustainable future for fashion. Fash Rev (for insiders) have since built a loyal community of people who demand change and humane conditions.

In honor of the victims of Rana Plaza (and all the other victims of the fashion industry) ARMEDANGELS joined Fashion Revolution Week again this year and launched the campaign 'Nothing to Hide'. Their way of demonstrating one of their main values, transparency in their supply chain.

Join the revolution! And never forget to ask where your clothes were made. You too can make that difference. :) #fashionrevolution #whomademyclothes #nothingtohide #armedangels