Fashion Revolution Day

Are you #InsideOut?

If you spot someone on the street wearing their T-shirt inside out today, chances are, it wasn’t an accident. In fact, they’ve probably already tweeted about it, too.

Today is the first inaugural Fashion Revolution Day. It marks the first anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Dhaka, Bangladesh, with a call for everyone to pay closer attention to where their clothes come from, and the implications of that. Hence the hashtag #insideout you’ve seen populating your Twitter feed today, highlighting where everyone has bought their clothes.

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Industry insiders including Caryn Franklin, Mary Portas and Livia Firth were shot by photographer Trevor Leighton to highlight the cause.

Susie Bubble, meanwhile, is getting hands on, curating the windows of Designer Jumble Sale at Westfield Stratford, which has a host of activities planned to mark the day – not least the private unveiling tonight of 1,500 designer items from the wardrobe of Hannalore Smart, widow of Circus King Billy Smart Jr, which includes treasures such as a rare moulded corset by Issey Miyake, 40 pieces of Alaia and a Chanel snowboarding helmet.

Join in: wear an item of clothing inside out, take a selfie, ask the brand ‘who made your clothes?’ and share the pic on social media adding #insideout. We have

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