Fashion Revolution Day

2014 Events


24th: #insideout Twitter Party – 9amPT


7th: New York Fashion Week Event

24th: Google Hangout – 9am PT


24th: #insideout Twitter Party – 9am PT


22nd: Fashion Revolution Day @ Earth Day NY
10am – 7pm
Union Square, NY


Fashion Revolution Day @ FIT, NYC
9am – 5pm
The Breezeway at Fashion Institute of Technology, 227 W. 27th Street, NY
Facebook event page

The Corporate Social Responsibility Club of FIT, in collaboration with A. Bernadette, will host a day-long #INSIDEOUT photo booth and flea market event on 4/24 to raise awareness for Fashion Revolution Day—asking students, professor and staff: Who Made Your Clothes?

Bhoomki::: Cocktails for the (Fashion Day) Revolution, NYC
6pm – 9pm
Bhoomki Boutique, 158 Fifth Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11217
Facebook event page
Press contact: Juliette Donatelli /

Join us for cocktails to celebrate ethical fashion with Bhoomki Boutique on Fashion Revolution Day, April 24th.

Sumzine x Helpsy present Starting a Fashion Revolution, NYC
6:30pm – 10pm
The303 at Louie and Chan, 303 Broome St. (at Forsyth), NY
Facebook event page
Press contacts: Jamie Ortega / / 510-579-9798
Rachel Kibbe / / 917-685-9187

Sumzine Mag + Helpsy Shop start a fashion revolution with a little help from their friends Prince Language and Jenny Mortsell.
Event sponsored by Louie and Chan, Eileen Fisher, Loomstate, Freedom of Animals, Indego Africa & Nettie Kent

Fashion Revolution Day, Buffalo / WNY
4pm – 7pm
Ashkers Juice Bar, 1002 Elmwood Ave, Buffalo, NY 14222
Register on Eventbrite
Facebook event page

Ask: ‘Who Made Your Clothes?’ Come prepared to wear your clothing #INSIDEOUT! Photo Booth: 4pm – 6pm. Panel Discussion: 6pm – 7pm
Event sponsored by Simply Natural Clothing by Holly Henderson, Rick Warne Photography & Tamora Lee Jewelry

Fashion Revolution Day, Open House, Lowell, MA
10am – 8pm
New Vestures, fashion makerspace, 144 Merrimack Street, Lowell, MA 01852
Facebook event page
Press contacts: Jenn Myers (Howl in Lowell) /
Wesley Gallagher (Merrimack Valley Magazine) /

An informative Open House dedicated to sharing information about the fast fashion industry, sustainable fashion and ways to become more conscientious consumers.

Sewn on the street.  SOS.  What is the real cost of what you are wearing, Austin, TX
11am – 2pm
Austin City Hall, 301 W 2nd Street
Event page
Production coordinator: Sam Webber / 512-762-5149

Art performance inviting members of public to sit at a pop-up sweat shop to sew a shirt and be paid the equivalent of daily wages in Bangladesh, China or Honduras. Leading artists: Rebecca Layton & Monika Jakubiak
Event sponsored by AT&T U-verse, The National Endowment for the Arts , City of Austin Cultural Arts Division , Texas Commission on the Arts & Instytut Adama Mickiewicza, Poland

Fashion Revolution Day, San Francisco
5 – 9pm
SOMA StrEAT Food Park, 428 11th St, San Francisco, CA 94103
Facebook event page
Event RSVP
Press Contact: Andrea Plell /

Urban Air Market and Fashion Revolution Day USA are joining forces to promote positive change in the fashion industry. This outdoor sustainable pop-up will connect attendees to local makers specializing in unique apparel, accessories, and home goods. In addition, attendees will be able to sample bites from local food vendors, enjoy live musical performances and sip the local wines and brews of the beer garden.

EcoDivas Shorts & Sizzle Festival for Fashion Revolution Day, LA
7pm – 10pm
Newberry Lofts, 900 E. 1st St. #307, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Eventbrite event page
Press contact: Phu Styles and Taryn Hipwell / or 213-713-2931
Event sponsored by EcoDiva

Taryn Hipwell of EcoDivas has partnered with Fashion Revolution Day USA for a Short & Sizzles (Film) Festival to remember the victims of the garment factory negligence to promote positive change and educate people about social and environmental practices in the fashion industry.
Join us as we acknowledge the negative and celebrate the positive. Be part of the change!

AlterNatives Fashion Revolution Day # INSIDEOUT, Richmond, VA
AlterNatives Boutique, 3320 W. Cary St. Richmond, VA 23221
Facebook event page
Press contact: Christin or Ruben / 804-342-5886 (Store number)

AlterNatives becomes the Richmond Fairtrade fashion Headquarters  raise awareness of pressing issues in the fashion industry.
Event sponsored by Pixan

Madame Magar’s Fashion Fete, Columbia, SC
7pm – 10pm
701 Center for Contemporary Art, 701 Whaley St., Columbia, SC 29201
Facebook event page

Celebrate the finale of Madame Magar’s Workshop with a fashion performance and party as you witness the culmination of Madame Magar’s creative workshop installation featuring the Mill Collection of work garments including, frocks, aprons and hats – inspired by Lewis Hine’s photographs of children textile mill workers.
Event sponsored by City of Columbia, South Carolina Arts Commission, Cultural Council of Richland and Lexington Counties & Abacus Planning Group

Sustainability Fashion Show, Chicago
8pm – 10pm
DePaul University, 2312 N. Clifton Ave 60614  (Munroe)
Facebook event page
Press contacts: Helena Duecker / / 484-252-1137
Redgi Woods /

Partnering with many different groups, businesses, and organizations around Chicago, DePaul University’s Fair Trade Committee will host a fashion show on Fashion Revolution day, a day to mark the anniversary of the Rana Plaza collapse. This event is also in conjunction with a week of events surrounding Earth Week, highlighting the different aspects of socially and environmentally sustainable fashion. The event will end with a presentation on the purpose and importance ethical consuming.
Event sponsored by DePaul Fair Trade Committee, ImagineFashions Productions & Chicago Fair Trade


25th: Southern Slow: Embracing the Slow Pace of Design, Columbia, SC
6pm – 8pm
701 Center for Contemporary Art, 701 Whaley St., 2nd Floor, Columbia, SC 29201
Facebook event page

Join southern artists Sally Peek, Laura Ray and Leigh Magar, who embrace the new “slow design” ethos, to talk about the growing influence of locally designed and made fashion, their sources of inspiration, connection to community and interests in sustainability.
Event sponsored by City of Columbia, South Carolina Arts Commission, Cultural Council of Richland and Lexington Counties & Abacus Planning Group


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