Fashion Revolution Week 2017 has arrived and with it, this special 7-part podcast series hosted by Clare Press of Wardrobe Crisis, highlighting the stories behind some of our region’s most ethical clothing labels.
Much of what we think of as ethical fashion is the external, the obvious – shirts, dresses, denim, bags, jewellery – but what about the most everyday item of clothing? What about ethical underwear?
In the final episode (sniff!) of this series, Clare chats with Hannah Parris, one of the founders of Mighty Good Undies, the ethical label that exploded on to the scene in 2016 with their Fair Trade, organic cotton undies. Hannah and Clare speak about the environmental activism that lead to the creation of Mighty Good Undies, why collaboration has been absolutely vital in its success and why people are now paying more attention to the stories behind the clothes they wear.
Such a great end to what’s been a great series. Thanks to everyone whose been involved and here’s to continuing to ask, “Who made my clothes?”
For more information on everything in today’s episode visit:
- Mighty Good Undies – http://mightygoodundies.com.au/
- Fashion Revolution – http://www.fashionrevolution.org
- Or search for #whomademyclothes on social media and be the change!
- The music in today’s episode is ‘Read Your Mind’ by The Hipstones. Head over to http://www.thehipstones.com/ for more!