Who Made My Clothes is a new podcast series produced in partnership between us at Jackrabbit.FM and Fashion Revolution Australia New Zealand, and hosted by ethical fashion advocate and journalist Clare Press of Wardrobe Crisis.
It’s for anyone who loves fashion but who doesn’t want their wardrobe to come at the cost of people or planet.
In this first episode Clare and Mel Tually of Fashion Revolution chat about this year’s Fashion Revolution Week, why they are both such passionate advocates for ethical, sustainable fashion, and what you can expect in this special 7-part series, launching April 24th.
Every episode will explore the question of “who made my clothes” and offers an insight in to the people behind some of the region’s most ethical fashion labels, putting a human face to the clothes we wear and the impact it can have.
For more information on the revolution and how to get involved, head over to http://www.fashionrevolution.org or search for #whomademyclothes on social media and be the change!