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FASHION REVOLUTION 2017: What? How? Where? | Justine Leconte


FASHION REVOLUTION 2017: What? How? Where? | Justine Leconte

Fashion Revolution is an NGO created to remember the Rana Plaza accident, raise awareness for the situation in the fashion industry and put pressure on brands and governments, for more transparency in the supply chain.

Here are some great resources:
– Fashion Revolution YouTube channel:
– And on Instagram: @fash_rev
– Write to a brand / homepage:
– Resources page:
– Events in the world:
– Magazine (read online or order a print copy):
– Brands that were sourcing from Rana Plaza (article from the following day, final death toll not fully reached yet):


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  • Mare Graphix
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    Who are the thirteen curmudgeons who voted this down?

  • vegeroot
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    You've probably heard about the vegan pineapple "leather" (from Spain), have you heard about the vegan wineleather from Italy? So many awesome science people helping us all by using our resources more intelligently! Can you possibly do a series of reviews about some of these more eco-friendly (and hopefully much more worker-friendly) materials? The choices are overwhelming, hemp "suede", bamboo "silk", and now non-plasticy "leather". You picked the right industry I think, and I really appreciate your generous super-smart channel! Thank you!!

  • Melyssa Cotton
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    Hey Justine. Love your videos especially your views on the fast fashion world. I like them so much that I have included this video in my latest blog post. Thanks! I look forward to more.

  • Parches de Luz
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    hello justine. i have watched many of your videos, you are a smart and charming girl. The look you are wearing today is my favourite. The hair in a tail, not splitted, fits perfectly the shape of your face, the subtil color of your lips is also very suitable and that green that matches with your eyes! Really you should wear that color more often and repeat the same look. Congrats for your channel

  • Lillycution
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    This is a great video ❤️. I'm 13 and entering the ago that many fast fashion retailers feed off – young teen girls! So for my support video of Fashion Revolution Week I'm focusing on conscious choice by being minimal. Hope you can enjoy it.

  • Diane Cannon
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    Justine, what is your recommendation for people who sew their own clothes? Is it reasonable to ask online fabric stores to specify the fabric's country of origin? Should I decide to purchase based on the country? Or would I need to research the fabric manufacturer and and purchase based on that? Thank you so much for raising awareness about this issue!

  • heidi foss
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    I love this idea!

  • mement0m0ri1
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    Hello Justine, thank you for your videos, I enjoy them very much and learn a lot!
    I have an 8 months old baby girl and I wonder where could I hind any ethical baby clothes, preferably in Europe, that are not very expensive since clothes for babies could not really be considered as good investment!

  • Andreea Pescar
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    I would pay the extra 2 or 3 dollars on every piece of clothing I buy (even more) if I can be assured that the worker who actually made the clothing gets a decent salary!

  • Hema Veeram
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    Hi Justine,

    Excellent vedio,very informative,given information from other side of the fabric…thanks so much 🙂

  • Elena HG
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    very inspiring! thanks for sharing!

  • Tami C
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    I love your videos! I watch every single one of them, you have a flawless taste <3 ((one day can you please make a video on drawing clothing patterns? those shapes for sewing?))

  • assie cleaner
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    From the Aussie Cleaner. Target and Kmart replied that they must keep their workers photos confidential. But I was happy that they supplied a copy of their Ethical Sourcing Code where people and safety and reporting is important!

  • Andrea Winchester
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    This is a wonderful opportunity to express our values and become aware, so thank you Justine! Also, I have a vision of more people who would be willing to make custom, quality clothes and finding customers willing to pay for it. Small can be beautiful.

  • BaileyBeats
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    i love your videos. i always learn a lot. Liebe Grüße nach Berlin.

  • Bridget Akridge
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    Thank you for teaching me to prioritize quality over quantity.

  • Val_S_Kord
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    How do you find personal styles in sustainable clothes, if the classic/ Timeless pieces don't fit your personal style? I personally love handkerchief hem shirts but they aren't classic pieces. I want them to be sustainable and high quality and last, I had several that last 10+ years before wearing out but finding them now is all but impossible in high quality today.

  • julijakeit
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    Let's make fashion great again!

  • Gracie Santi
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    Have u heard of the brand Everlane? What are your thoughts regarding it? Thanks

  • Kym Miller
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    Thank you Justine for making us aware of this vitally important movement. ?

  • Taborovsky Production
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    Spectacular video!

  • E. D.
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    It's a tough subject and you cover it beautifully. Your approach to your work and your business is very inspiring.

    I found your channel by searching for "capsule wardrobe" — your video is the BEST — and as it turns out, I nearly had a capsule wardrobe already EXCEPT that it's full of junk. I must slowly replace everything with ethical, high quality pieces.

  • Youtube Reporter
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    Hello Justine, I love how you are raising awareness on a very important topic that affects us EVERY DAY. Keep it up!

  • Teresa Marie
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    shared ?

  • Ajeng Ghina Farhani
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    At first, I reduce my shopping in fast fashion stores because it is still considered expensive in Indonesia. The quality usually not good, I can buy the better quality clothing with the same price when I buy from the local brands. I studied marketing & learned cases about fast fashion a lot especially since in Indonesia there are lots of cases around sweatshop cases. Thanks for spreading the awareness 🙂

  • Ingrid Moreno
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    This is such an amazing video, the way you express yourself is so clear and very helpful. Thank you for sharing, will definitely will be joining the cause ??

  • Claire Kurdelak
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    Yes! I am sharing! I hope this gains traction. Justine, i have a question. You talked about the fast fashion brands, like H&M, Zara, etc. what about the 'families' of brands that have low, medium and high pricepoints/quality? For example, I just learned that Cos is the top tier of a family with 'and Other Stories' in the middle and H&M at the bottom. Banana Republic/Gap and Old navy are similar. How ethical are the slower, higher quality levels of a set up like this? For example, I never buy from old navy, because they do not last, but I have come to love Banana Republic. (Myself, I almost always buy second hand, because i can afford quality items that way. But in general, do we need to be aware of tiered companies like this? )

  • Meena Meena
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    thumbs up ?

  • Elisa in Montreal
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    Ce vidéo devrait être "viral". Bien expliqué avec tout les détails nécessaire pour bien comprendre la situation. J'y mis mets moi même! Merci.

    This video that is extremely informative (as always well explained) should go viral.

  • GlowingBeauty
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    Bonjour Justine ! 🙂
    Quelles marques nous conseillerais-tu ? Je souhaite investir dans des articles de qualité mais également éthiques… (jeans, robes, chemises…)
    Merci pour tes conseils !

  • blizzerdbiworrior
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    I'm watching this video after purchasing a new daily handbag from Target (Mossimo, 40 USD,, and now I feel really guilty. I actually needed this style of bag (crossbody), as suggested by my physical therapist. I went in to buy something else, and saw the bag as an opportunity to solve my problem of having the wrong handbag (an over-the-shoulder tote). What to do? Do I return the bag, even though I need it? Use it everyday, and love it well?

  • Mika Ehrlich
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    Why from Germany? Are you not french?

  • himani sheth
    Posted at 01:02h, 03 May

    Can you make a video about your wardrobe collection, where you shop from and how you arrange your wardrobe?

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