Oct 12th 2017

Many times Fashion ResPublica asked its customers "Does it matter where your clothes were made in?" Do you want to know what materials your clothes were made, how does it affect your health, where was it produced (what working conditions), does it cause environmental damage?

We are glad to join #FashRev who wants to unite the fashion industry and ignite a revolution to radically change the way our clothes are sourced, produced and purchased. We also believe transparency is the first step to transform the industry. It starts with one simple question: Who made my clothes?

To participate in the Fashion Revolution: just take a picture of your label and post a photo with a tag #whomademyclothes

We are prompting brands to be transparent and we want to show a tag as an example with indication of who and where that item was produced. See the example. It is so simple. And it already exists.

As a fashion retailer, we want to motivate people to buy less, but focused on quality and keep an eye on price. We select quality and stylish items and sell them up to 70% off. 90% of them made in Italy. Don't buy 5 t-shirts of an unknown origin that lose their appearance after the first wash. Buy 2 t-shirts that are made of the best fabrics, fine tailoring, well suited and durably designed to last a long time. Read tags. Think. Choose.