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Who Made Your Clothes?

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Who Made Your Clothes?

If you’re on Instagram, you’ve likely come across the “I made your clothes” movement. As a designer that produces exclusively in Canada (and a shop owner who only carries Canadian), this movement is very near and dear to my heart.  Spearheaded by fashionrevolution.org, the #whomademyclothes campaign falls on the anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory collapse, which killed 1138 people and injured many more on April 24th, 2013. Five. Years. Ago. Today! It’s objective is to showcase design processes, crafts and innovation in the fashion industry to ultimately educate the consumer and drive a change in buying behaviour. I distinctly...

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Ninety-Eight on the Su La Po Podcast: Maybe the 2% of women aren't having all the fun either?

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Ninety-Eight on the Su La Po Podcast: Maybe the 2% of women aren't having all the fun either?

Michelle sat down for a chat with Su La Po founder Madison Schill, and it gave her a new perspective. Turns out the 2% of women aren't having all the fun either, and we all need to band together to demand diversity and representation in fashion and beauty.

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