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Let's be mindful of what we buy.
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Are we buying clothes that were made in a Sweatshop? .
Let's think about this and let our fashion match what's in our heart.
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Part of my mini-collection, 'I work in a Sweatshop....This Christmas won't be merry,' available at Kato's Christmas Market tomorrow at Kato's Bar, Royal Palm Plaza, Maraval from 9am-5pm. .
We look forward to seeing you's in Trinidad!
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#sweatshopfree 
#rememberranaplaza 
#handpaintedtshirts 
#slowfashion
Let's be mindful of what we buy. . Are we buying clothes that were made in a Sweatshop? . Let's think about this and let our fashion match what's in our heart. . Part of my mini-collection, 'I work in a Sweatshop....This Christmas won't be merry,' available at Kato's Christmas Market tomorrow at Kato's Bar, Royal Palm Plaza, Maraval from 9am-5pm. . We look forward to seeing you's in Trinidad! . . . #sweatshopfree  #rememberranaplaza  #handpaintedtshirts  #slowfashion 
This strikes me more than any day. How does such shameful business become a Christmas cool looking setting ? #Ranaplaza : -1200 (dead bodies)
#Capitalism #fashion irresponsabilities: beyond 100000000 💰💰💰💰💰 #whomakesyourclothes #whomakesmyclothes #fashionrevolution
Protests ignited worldwide and at a meeting a week after the collapse a nee Accord on Factory and Building Safety in Bangladesh was created and 23 different companies signed, mostly from retailers based in Europe. Walmart, along with 14 other North American companies refused to sign the accord. We need a community of people who question who’s #behindthetag to push these companies to adopt values that put human lives before profit. #ranaplaza #sustainablefashion #ethicalfashion
Protests ignited worldwide and at a meeting a week after the collapse a nee Accord on Factory and Building Safety in Bangladesh was created and 23 different companies signed, mostly from retailers based in Europe. Walmart, along with 14 other North American companies refused to sign the accord. We need a community of people who question who’s #behindthetag  to push these companies to adopt values that put human lives before profit. #ranaplaza  #sustainablefashion  #ethicalfashion 
Over 1,000 garment workers died that day, along with 2,500 coming out of the incident injured. This sparked worldwide controversy, pushing European lawmakers notably to speak out against the exploitation and bad working conditions in the clothing industry. Pope Francis also made a statement denouncing sweatshops and calling them “slave labor.” #ranaplaza #behindthetag #sustainablefashion #ethicalfashion
Over 1,000 garment workers died that day, along with 2,500 coming out of the incident injured. This sparked worldwide controversy, pushing European lawmakers notably to speak out against the exploitation and bad working conditions in the clothing industry. Pope Francis also made a statement denouncing sweatshops and calling them “slave labor.” #ranaplaza  #behindthetag  #sustainablefashion  #ethicalfashion 
On April 24, 2013, the Rana Plaza commercial bulding located in the Savar Upazila of Dhaka District in Bangladesh, collapsed. The building was apparently built higher than permits allowed and originally wasn’t designed for factories. 
#ranaplaza #sustainablefashion #ethicalfashion #behindthetag
On April 24, 2013, the Rana Plaza commercial bulding located in the Savar Upazila of Dhaka District in Bangladesh, collapsed. The building was apparently built higher than permits allowed and originally wasn’t designed for factories. #ranaplaza  #sustainablefashion  #ethicalfashion  #behindthetag 
Was man tun könnte gegen Katastrophen wie Rana Plaza, den Einsturz eines Textil-Fabrikgebäudes in Bangladesh mit 1135 Toten? Die EU könnte Mindeststandards definieren, für die Herstellung von Produkten, die auf dem EU Markt verkauft werden. Entwicklungsminister Müller forderte in der Süddeutsche Zeitung allgemeine Handelsschranken für nicht fair gehandelte Produkte. Das hätten wir unterstützt. Aber auf meine Nachfrage gestern ans Bundesministerium für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit gab dann leider gar nichts mehr... #fairerhandel #bundestag #berlin #fragestunde #ranaplaza
Was man tun könnte gegen Katastrophen wie Rana Plaza, den Einsturz eines Textil-Fabrikgebäudes in Bangladesh mit 1135 Toten? Die EU könnte Mindeststandards definieren, für die Herstellung von Produkten, die auf dem EU Markt verkauft werden. Entwicklungsminister Müller forderte in der Süddeutsche Zeitung allgemeine Handelsschranken für nicht fair gehandelte Produkte. Das hätten wir unterstützt. Aber auf meine Nachfrage gestern ans Bundesministerium für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit gab dann leider gar nichts mehr... #fairerhandel  #bundestag  #berlin  #fragestunde  #ranaplaza 
This t-shirt is special because it was made by #ranaplaza survivors with Upcycling fabrics 🖤
This t-shirt is special because it was made by #ranaplaza  survivors with Upcycling fabrics 🖤
Lucky Tombola winner. I won the #invincibletshirt by @alucberlin. .
This t-shirt is special because it was made by #ranaplaza survivors with Upcycling fabrics 🖤
Lucky Tombola winner. I won the #invincibletshirt  by @alucberlin. . This t-shirt is special because it was made by #ranaplaza  survivors with Upcycling fabrics 🖤
Greatful to @omroepvpro @bregtjevanderhaak to give FutureFashionPioneers a  platform. As coördinator of @fash_revnld I was on stage to share my future vision. But 20 minutes is too short! So join us with your 1 min movie and reply on the 2 questions; 1. What ment the collaps of #RanaPlaza to you? 2. What effect has it still on your daily work? See: www.fashionrevolution.org/country/Netherlands
Greatful to @omroepvpro @bregtjevanderhaak to give FutureFashionPioneers a platform. As coördinator of @fash_revnld I was on stage to share my future vision. But 20 minutes is too short! So join us with your 1 min movie and reply on the 2 questions; 1. What ment the collaps of #RanaPlaza  to you? 2. What effect has it still on your daily work? See: www.fashionrevolution.org/country/Netherlands
It’s time to raise our voices and make it clear that consumers want clothing made in safe conditions! Bangladesh needs us.
A concrete action we can take to improve conditions of those people producing our clothes.
Read our article on Dress ECOde’s website and sign the petition of the International Labor Rights Forum.
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#modernslavery #internationallaborrightsforum #sustainablefashion #ethicfashion #modaresponsabile #modaetica #bangladesh #workersafety #ranaplaza #primeministerofbangladesh #sustainableclothes #dressecode
It’s time to raise our voices and make it clear that consumers want clothing made in safe conditions! Bangladesh needs us. A concrete action we can take to improve conditions of those people producing our clothes. Read our article on Dress ECOde’s website and sign the petition of the International Labor Rights Forum. (Ita/Eng) #modernslavery  #internationallaborrightsforum  #sustainablefashion  #ethicfashion  #modaresponsabile  #modaetica  #bangladesh  #workersafety  #ranaplaza  #primeministerofbangladesh  #sustainableclothes  #dressecode 
Si eres de los que se preocupa de las consecuencias que tienen tus actos echa un ojo al post de este mes. Si eres de los que no quiere complicarse la vida y prefiere seguir la corriente, con más razón, echa un ojo al post. Verás cómo está la situación en lo que a la industria de la moda se refiere, que hay alternativas muy sanas a la producción tradicional y te ayudará a reforzar tu personalidad, tendrás la sensación de que te crecen los testículos/ovarios cuando la mayoría te critica pero tú sigues con la cabeza bien alta sabiendo que lo que haces es lo correcto.
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En estas navidades piensa que el mejor regalo es tu compañía…
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@ecoalf @musochua @ecoage @liviafirth @waronwant @truecostmovie @greenpeace_esp
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#fastfashion #modasostenible #derechosdelostrabajadores #bangladesh #ranaplaza #contaminacion #sostenibilidad #economia #explotacionlaboral #consumismo #blackfriday #detox #ecologia #eco
Si eres de los que se preocupa de las consecuencias que tienen tus actos echa un ojo al post de este mes. Si eres de los que no quiere complicarse la vida y prefiere seguir la corriente, con más razón, echa un ojo al post. Verás cómo está la situación en lo que a la industria de la moda se refiere, que hay alternativas muy sanas a la producción tradicional y te ayudará a reforzar tu personalidad, tendrás la sensación de que te crecen los testículos/ovarios cuando la mayoría te critica pero tú sigues con la cabeza bien alta sabiendo que lo que haces es lo correcto. . En estas navidades piensa que el mejor regalo es tu compañía… . [link en el perfil] . . Visita: @ecoalf @musochua @ecoage @liviafirth @waronwant @truecostmovie @greenpeace_esp . #fastfashion  #modasostenible  #derechosdelostrabajadores  #bangladesh  #ranaplaza  #contaminacion  #sostenibilidad  #economia  #explotacionlaboral  #consumismo  #blackfriday  #detox  #ecologia  #eco 
In light of our recent trip to our factory in Bali, we wrote a post about the importance of rights for garment workers #whomademyclothes.

Click on the link in the bio and then navigate your way to our blog. 
Also, check out and follow these awesome organisations paving the way in sustainable fashion - @fash_rev @goodonyou_app and @ethicalwriters .

Share your thoughts too. What steps have you taken to be more ethical consumers? 📷: by ILO in Asia and the Pacific on Flickr
In light of our recent trip to our factory in Bali, we wrote a post about the importance of rights for garment workers #whomademyclothes . Click on the link in the bio and then navigate your way to our blog. Also, check out and follow these awesome organisations paving the way in sustainable fashion - @fash_rev @goodonyou_app and @ethicalwriters . Share your thoughts too. What steps have you taken to be more ethical consumers? 📷: by ILO in Asia and the Pacific on Flickr
Herkese merhabalar dün @dikisayfasi  hikayesinde bu belgeselden bahsetti ve sonra merak edip izledim ve iyiki izlemişim diyorum 🤗Moda sektörünün dünya üzerinde nasıl etkilere sahip olduğunu gösteren bir belgesel. tüketim çılgınlığının dünyada nelere sebep açtığını göstermesi sebebiyle bence dünya üzerindeki herkese tek tek izletilmesi gereken bir belgesel.  Daha fazla kâr için daha fazla satış, daha fazla satış için daha ucuz ürünler,
daha ucuz ürünler için daha düşük maliyetler
daha düşük maliyetler için daha da ucuz iş gücü ve çevrenin kirletilmesi . ▪️ . .  Hi everyone ! You should watch this documentary video. This is a story about clothing. It’s about the clothes we wear, the people who make them, and the impact the industry is having on our world. The price of clothing has been decreasing for decades, while the human and environmental costs have grown dramatically. The True Cost is a groundbreaking documentary film that pulls back the curtain on the untold story and asks us to consider, who really pays the price for our clothing? #thetruecost #thetruecostmovie #fashion #fashionblogger #sew #sewing #sewingproject #zara #hm #hmhome #forever21 #dikismakinesi #sewingpattern #dont #bangladesh #haiti #ranaplaza #itssosad #sorry #instagram #youtuber #youtube #instafashion #koton #mango
Herkese merhabalar dün @dikisayfasi hikayesinde bu belgeselden bahsetti ve sonra merak edip izledim ve iyiki izlemişim diyorum 🤗Moda sektörünün dünya üzerinde nasıl etkilere sahip olduğunu gösteren bir belgesel. tüketim çılgınlığının dünyada nelere sebep açtığını göstermesi sebebiyle bence dünya üzerindeki herkese tek tek izletilmesi gereken bir belgesel. Daha fazla kâr için daha fazla satış, daha fazla satış için daha ucuz ürünler, daha ucuz ürünler için daha düşük maliyetler daha düşük maliyetler için daha da ucuz iş gücü ve çevrenin kirletilmesi . ▪️ . . Hi everyone ! You should watch this documentary video. This is a story about clothing. It’s about the clothes we wear, the people who make them, and the impact the industry is having on our world. The price of clothing has been decreasing for decades, while the human and environmental costs have grown dramatically. The True Cost is a groundbreaking documentary film that pulls back the curtain on the untold story and asks us to consider, who really pays the price for our clothing? #thetruecost  #thetruecostmovie  #fashion  #fashionblogger  #sew  #sewing  #sewingproject  #zara  #hm  #hmhome  #forever21  #dikismakinesi  #sewingpattern  #dont  #bangladesh  #haiti  #ranaplaza  #itssosad  #sorry  #instagram  #youtuber  #youtube  #instafashion  #koton  #mango 
#NKAllWhiteEverything? 🙈 @A_mantella recently came across this photo and shared it on his feed. What an amazing reminder! Thank you Laura Siegel and @miguel_jacob_ for including me in this project from a few years back. In 2014 Laura launched #Project1127, a charity collection of limited-edition scarves in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. By wearing white and one of her scarves, we stood in solidarity with those affected by the tragedy. ❤️ I am still so honoured to have been part of this! Laura is incredible and I admire how she has used her platform and her talent to do good in the world. Check out stories for more about the project and swipe ⬅️ to see some of the other portraits! 🖤 .
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#laurasiegel #alexachung #winnieharlow #jullyblack #leandramedine #brendanfallis #scottlipps #philanthropic #fashiondesigner #givingback #bangladesh #fashionphilanthropy #ranaplaza #manrepeller #allwhiteoutfit #tbt
#NKAllWhiteEverything ? 🙈 @A_mantella recently came across this photo and shared it on his feed. What an amazing reminder! Thank you Laura Siegel and @miguel_jacob_ for including me in this project from a few years back. In 2014 Laura launched #Project1127 , a charity collection of limited-edition scarves in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. By wearing white and one of her scarves, we stood in solidarity with those affected by the tragedy. ❤️ I am still so honoured to have been part of this! Laura is incredible and I admire how she has used her platform and her talent to do good in the world. Check out stories for more about the project and swipe ⬅️ to see some of the other portraits! 🖤 . . . . . #laurasiegel  #alexachung  #winnieharlow  #jullyblack  #leandramedine  #brendanfallis  #scottlipps  #philanthropic  #fashiondesigner  #givingback  #bangladesh  #fashionphilanthropy  #ranaplaza  #manrepeller  #allwhiteoutfit  #tbt 
Almost 6 years ago now, the tragic Rana Plaza disaster killed thousands of workers, even though they’d raised concerns about the structural integrity of their workplace. Now the Accord, which was in place to keep workers safe is under review. We have the luxury of going to work everyday and feeling safe, but without these legally binding regulations, workers will again be at risk. Everybody deserves to feel safe and fashion should be safe. If you have a moment tonight, we’d love your help by signing the petition to call for change 🙏🏻 #linkinbio #protectprogress #bangladeshaccord #ranaplazaneveragain #garmentindustry #sustainablefashion
Almost 6 years ago now, the tragic Rana Plaza disaster killed thousands of workers, even though they’d raised concerns about the structural integrity of their workplace. Now the Accord, which was in place to keep workers safe is under review. We have the luxury of going to work everyday and feeling safe, but without these legally binding regulations, workers will again be at risk. Everybody deserves to feel safe and fashion should be safe. If you have a moment tonight, we’d love your help by signing the petition to call for change 🙏🏻 #linkinbio  #protectprogress  #bangladeshaccord  #ranaplazaneveragain  #garmentindustry  #sustainablefashion 
Have you ever heard about #FashionRevolution? Fashion Revolution was born when the tragedy of Rana Plaza happened. On 24 April 2013, the Rana Plaza building in Bangladesh collapsed.1,138 people died and another 2,500 were injured, making it the fourth most massive industrial disaster in history. There were five garment factories in Rana Plaza all manufacturing clothing for big global brands. The victims were mostly young women. Since then, people from all over the world have come together to use the power of fashion to change the world
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📷: @fash_rev
#fashrev #ranaplaza
Have you ever heard about #FashionRevolution ? Fashion Revolution was born when the tragedy of Rana Plaza happened. On 24 April 2013, the Rana Plaza building in Bangladesh collapsed.1,138 people died and another 2,500 were injured, making it the fourth most massive industrial disaster in history. There were five garment factories in Rana Plaza all manufacturing clothing for big global brands. The victims were mostly young women. Since then, people from all over the world have come together to use the power of fashion to change the world . 📷: @fash_rev #fashrev  #ranaplaza 
Do you know who and how your clothes are made? We are making a conscious effort to bring fast fashion to a halt. Our brand is about showing  there still can be fashionable clothing at no harmful cost to humanity or to our planet. We want to raise awareness of this and with support to lift this company off the ground. We can be part of that change. Check out our link in our bio to the GoFundMe me site for more information on #fastfashion and our company.#tshirt #ranaplaza #share #post #donate #impact #changeforthebetter #clothingbrand #ecofriendly #humanity #efcc #consciousconsumer #8figureclothingco #socialchange #globalgoals #awareness #globalchange #changetheworld #consciouscompany 
#gofundme  #whomademyclothes #ourworld #fashionrevolution #fashiongram #fashiongoals
Do you know who and how your clothes are made? We are making a conscious effort to bring fast fashion to a halt. Our brand is about showing there still can be fashionable clothing at no harmful cost to humanity or to our planet. We want to raise awareness of this and with support to lift this company off the ground. We can be part of that change. Check out our link in our bio to the GoFundMe me site for more information on #fastfashion  and our company.#tshirt  #ranaplaza  #share  #post  #donate  #impact  #changeforthebetter  #clothingbrand  #ecofriendly  #humanity  #efcc  #consciousconsumer  #8figureclothingco  #socialchange  #globalgoals  #awareness  #globalchange  #changetheworld  #consciouscompany  #gofundme  #whomademyclothes  #ourworld  #fashionrevolution  #fashiongram  #fashiongoals 
Winnie Harlow @winnieharlow for Project1127

I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com 
Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com

Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_
Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel
Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang 
Producer and Stylist: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle 
Hair + Makeup: Michelle Rosen @michellerosen Studio: Judy Inc. @judyinc 
#migueljacob #project1127 #profoto #profotoglobal #profoto_canada #migueljacob #lightshaping #ranaplaza #laurasiegel #sustainablefashion #winnieharlow
Winnie Harlow @winnieharlow for Project1127 I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_ Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang Producer and Stylist: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle Hair + Makeup: Michelle Rosen @michellerosen Studio: Judy Inc. @judyinc #migueljacob  #project1127  #profoto  #profotoglobal  #profoto_canada  #migueljacob  #lightshaping  #ranaplaza  #laurasiegel  #sustainablefashion  #winnieharlow 
Shortly after the Rana Plaza collapse in 2013 where 1,134 were killed, the Accord for Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh was a 5 year plan set up to stop this from ever happening again. Now it has nearly ended, the government are trying to stop it from being renewed. This would be disastrous for garment workers safety in Bangladesh! If you have a spare minute, please sign this letter to pressure the government into keeping the Accord! http://www.laborrights.org/protectprogress?source=direct_link& 
#garmentworkers #bangladesh #fashionrevolution #whomademyclothes #cleanclothescampaign #ranaplaza
Shortly after the Rana Plaza collapse in 2013 where 1,134 were killed, the Accord for Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh was a 5 year plan set up to stop this from ever happening again. Now it has nearly ended, the government are trying to stop it from being renewed. This would be disastrous for garment workers safety in Bangladesh! If you have a spare minute, please sign this letter to pressure the government into keeping the Accord! http://www.laborrights.org/protectprogress?source=direct_link& #garmentworkers  #bangladesh  #fashionrevolution  #whomademyclothes  #cleanclothescampaign  #ranaplaza 
Lisa Ramos @lisaaramos for Project1127

I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com 
Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com

Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_
Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel
Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang 
Producer and Stylist: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle 
Hair: Clark Vincent @clarkvincentglamny Makeup: Frank Guyton @frankguyton using @jaymanuelbeauty Studio: Tribeca Skyline Studios @triskystudios 
#migueljacob #project1127 #profoto #profotoglobal #profoto_canada #migueljacob #lightshaping #ranaplaza #laurasiegel #sustainablefashion #lisaramos
Lisa Ramos @lisaaramos for Project1127 I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_ Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang Producer and Stylist: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle Hair: Clark Vincent @clarkvincentglamny Makeup: Frank Guyton @frankguyton using @jaymanuelbeauty Studio: Tribeca Skyline Studios @triskystudios #migueljacob  #project1127  #profoto  #profotoglobal  #profoto_canada  #migueljacob  #lightshaping  #ranaplaza  #laurasiegel  #sustainablefashion  #lisaramos 
Jully Black @missjullyblack for Project1127

I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com 
Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com

Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_
Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel
Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang 
Producer and Stylist: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle 
Hair + Makeup: Michelle Rosen @michellerosen Studio: Judy Inc. @judyinc 
#migueljacob #project1127 #profoto #profotoglobal #profoto_canada #migueljacob #lightshaping #ranaplaza #laurasiegel #sustainablefashion #jullyblack
Jully Black @missjullyblack for Project1127 I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_ Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang Producer and Stylist: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle Hair + Makeup: Michelle Rosen @michellerosen Studio: Judy Inc. @judyinc #migueljacob  #project1127  #profoto  #profotoglobal  #profoto_canada  #migueljacob  #lightshaping  #ranaplaza  #laurasiegel  #sustainablefashion  #jullyblack 
Here at KGDM we’re all about getting behind local creatives - especially ones that are as philanthropic as @sweetsocietyapparel. So this year we’re giving 10% of all profits from our OG Jumpers sales to @sweetsocietyapparel supporting their incredible work rehabilitating victims of human trafficking. Look stylish AF all while supporting a good cause - win win! Link in bio 👊🏼💫🎄
Here at KGDM we’re all about getting behind local creatives - especially ones that are as philanthropic as @sweetsocietyapparel. So this year we’re giving 10% of all profits from our OG Jumpers sales to @sweetsocietyapparel supporting their incredible work rehabilitating victims of human trafficking. Look stylish AF all while supporting a good cause - win win! Link in bio 👊🏼💫🎄
Your purchase matters.👕 This week marks the 5th anniversary of the Dhaka factory collapse: it is the worst structural failure collapse in modern history, taking the lives of more than a thousand garment workers and injuring thousands more. 
This is the cost of clothing - when fast fashion and bottom lines are worth more than the safety and dignity of human lives. ❗️We encourage all to consider each purchase as if a life depended on it. ・・・
#ethicalfashion #ethicalclothing #ranaplaza #whomademyclothes #fairtrade #fashion #endit #enditmovement #iwantasweetersociety #sweetsociety #fashionrev #fashrev #fashionrevolution
Your purchase matters.👕 This week marks the 5th anniversary of the Dhaka factory collapse: it is the worst structural failure collapse in modern history, taking the lives of more than a thousand garment workers and injuring thousands more. This is the cost of clothing - when fast fashion and bottom lines are worth more than the safety and dignity of human lives. ❗️We encourage all to consider each purchase as if a life depended on it. ・・・ #ethicalfashion  #ethicalclothing  #ranaplaza  #whomademyclothes  #fairtrade  #fashion  #endit  #enditmovement  #iwantasweetersociety  #sweetsociety  #fashionrev  #fashrev  #fashionrevolution 
Repost from @anara.hemp

on december 6th a decision will be made as to whether the ACCORD will remain in Bangladesh. the BANGLADESH ACCORD was set into place after the tragic collapse of RANA PLAZA in 2013, taking with it the lives of 1,134 workers. the BANGLADESH ACCORD has brought with it incredible progress in the way of fire safety, building structure, and holding fashion brands accountable for the lives of those who make their clothes. however, this 5-year agreement is up and the new "transitions accord" set to take its place lacks the key promises which were made to keep workers safe. but all is not lost. there's still time to protect these human beings. sign the petition at http://actionnetwork.org/letters/keep-workers-safe-in-bangladesh *link also in bio

it's time to use our privilege to benefit rather than exploit. prove that we can and will do better. help us ensure #RanaPlazaNeverAgain *last image in slide may be difficult for some to see.

#protectprogress #bangladeshaccord #madeinbangladesh #whomademyclothes #fashionrevolution

Images reposted from Kristof Vadino
Repost from @anara.hemp on december 6th a decision will be made as to whether the ACCORD will remain in Bangladesh. the BANGLADESH ACCORD was set into place after the tragic collapse of RANA PLAZA in 2013, taking with it the lives of 1,134 workers. the BANGLADESH ACCORD has brought with it incredible progress in the way of fire safety, building structure, and holding fashion brands accountable for the lives of those who make their clothes. however, this 5-year agreement is up and the new "transitions accord" set to take its place lacks the key promises which were made to keep workers safe. but all is not lost. there's still time to protect these human beings. sign the petition at http://actionnetwork.org/letters/keep-workers-safe-in-bangladesh *link also in bio it's time to use our privilege to benefit rather than exploit. prove that we can and will do better. help us ensure #RanaPlazaNeverAgain  *last image in slide may be difficult for some to see. #protectprogress  #bangladeshaccord  #madeinbangladesh  #whomademyclothes  #fashionrevolution  Images reposted from Kristof Vadino
#everywomanwednesday Today we remember the garment workers in #Bangladesh who make a large percentage of the clothes sold in the #USA. We remember both the living and the victims of the #ranaplaza collapse in 2012. 📷 #taslimaakhter from “Stitching Together: Garment Workers in Solidarity” #everywoman
Another Nominee at the 11th Annual International Color Awards. The photo represents a false advertising of an imaginary fashion brand named “Rana Plaza Couture”. It was 2013 when in Racca, Bangladesh, the Rana Plaza building collapsed. Inside there were many clothing factories. 1.250 people died many of whom were woman and children housed in corporate kindergartens. 2.500 were injured. Rana Plaza is the biggest tragedy in the fashion industry. <<<<< On my Instagram profile I post only mobile pics taken by me >>>>> You can see my photographs and project on www.mimmimoretti.com #photography #mimmimoretti #photo #picoftheday #photooftheday #picture #photograph #snap #fashion #brand #awards #photoshoot #ranaplaza #ranaplaza #ranaplazaneveragain #ranaplazaanniversary #ranaplazadisaster #nottoforget #racca #bangladesh
Another Nominee at the 11th Annual International Color Awards. The photo represents a false advertising of an imaginary fashion brand named “Rana Plaza Couture”. It was 2013 when in Racca, Bangladesh, the Rana Plaza building collapsed. Inside there were many clothing factories. 1.250 people died many of whom were woman and children housed in corporate kindergartens. 2.500 were injured. Rana Plaza is the biggest tragedy in the fashion industry. <<<<< On my Instagram profile I post only mobile pics taken by me >>>>> You can see my photographs and project on www.mimmimoretti.com #photography  #mimmimoretti  #photo  #picoftheday  #photooftheday  #picture  #photograph  #snap  #fashion  #brand  #awards  #photoshoot  #ranaplaza  #ranaplaza  #ranaplazaneveragain  #ranaplazaanniversary  #ranaplazadisaster  #nottoforget  #racca  #bangladesh 
'Forget Me Not' Kaarina Kaikkonen ——————————————————
Kaarina Kaikkonen wore her late father's jacket to school, his clothing wrapped around her, she felt him near to her & felt protected. Worn clothing is a language in which Kaarina says clothes 'talk & whisper of what kinds of people used to wear them..' She speaks of how 'warm hearts' have filled the worn clothing she uses in her art & how the clothes have an energy that remains within them that is passed on & shared. See her & listen to her speak about her work in her own words in a video on kunsten.dk @kunstendk Having put my late mum's top & skirt next to my late dad's t shirt inside a memory box just the other day I'm feeling the power of the language of clothes. We all relate to the ways in which clothes have great depth & meaning. Loved clothes are precious. I think about new clothes being made in the fast fashion industry & how important it is to work together to slow down, reduce consumption & consume responsibly. Whilst this happens we know new clothes will continue to be made & that it's important to campaign for safe working environments & living wages for garment workers. The heart of the maker is in the clothes, their hands, energy, stories - Help to create good beginnings to clothing stories by emailing the letter on The Action Network to the Primeminister in Bangladesh asking to protect worker's rights through the Bangladesh Accord. @tickover_ 🙌🏼explains more about the Accord & the urgency to send the letter before 10th Dec -click the link in my bio & send the letter in heartbeats 💌 * 8/12/18, 469 letters needed to hit goal of 3,200. Countdown to goal in comments.....
#bangladeshaccord
#madeinbangladesh
#ethicalfashion
#sustainablefashion 
#ranaplaza

#fashrev

Image 1; Forget Me Not, Kopenhagen.dk Article 'Out Of Fashion' Af Mads Damsbi
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Image 2; A Connection, photo; Nadia Attura, nadiaattoraart.com ——————————————————— Image 3; Towards Flowing Water, photo by Lea Turto, environmentalart.net
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Image 4; Shadow, 1999, Tampere, Finland publicdelivery.org
 Installations by @kaarina_kaikkonen 
#kaarinakaikkonen
#lovedclothes
#changefashion  #garmentworkers
'Forget Me Not' Kaarina Kaikkonen —————————————————— Kaarina Kaikkonen wore her late father's jacket to school, his clothing wrapped around her, she felt him near to her & felt protected. Worn clothing is a language in which Kaarina says clothes 'talk & whisper of what kinds of people used to wear them..' She speaks of how 'warm hearts' have filled the worn clothing she uses in her art & how the clothes have an energy that remains within them that is passed on & shared. See her & listen to her speak about her work in her own words in a video on kunsten.dk @kunstendk Having put my late mum's top & skirt next to my late dad's t shirt inside a memory box just the other day I'm feeling the power of the language of clothes. We all relate to the ways in which clothes have great depth & meaning. Loved clothes are precious. I think about new clothes being made in the fast fashion industry & how important it is to work together to slow down, reduce consumption & consume responsibly. Whilst this happens we know new clothes will continue to be made & that it's important to campaign for safe working environments & living wages for garment workers. The heart of the maker is in the clothes, their hands, energy, stories - Help to create good beginnings to clothing stories by emailing the letter on The Action Network to the Primeminister in Bangladesh asking to protect worker's rights through the Bangladesh Accord. @tickover_ 🙌🏼explains more about the Accord & the urgency to send the letter before 10th Dec -click the link in my bio & send the letter in heartbeats 💌 * 8/12/18, 469 letters needed to hit goal of 3,200. Countdown to goal in comments..... #bangladeshaccord  #madeinbangladesh  #ethicalfashion  #sustainablefashion  #ranaplaza  #fashrev  Image 1; Forget Me Not, Kopenhagen.dk Article 'Out Of Fashion' Af Mads Damsbi ——————————————————— Image 2; A Connection, photo; Nadia Attura, nadiaattoraart.com ——————————————————— Image 3; Towards Flowing Water, photo by Lea Turto, environmentalart.net ———————————————————— Image 4; Shadow, 1999, Tampere, Finland publicdelivery.org Installations by @kaarina_kaikkonen #kaarinakaikkonen  #lovedclothes  #changefashion  #garmentworkers 
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When I was a Buyer in Fast Fashion many years ago on the phone haggling the cost of a garment to raise my margin, someones life was quite possibly at stake with that negotiation for that companies profit. Sounds dramatic? it isn't its REAL LIFE SHIT! How the hell do you think anyone can make a £5.00 t-shirt and expect along the supply chain that everyone 'does all right' off the back of that! HOW? Have you ever made a t-shirt yourself and the thought behind anything that goes into it?  If you knew that the women, barely legal child or man that made that £5.00 t-shirt upon your back was subjected to abuse, physically & mentally and where working in a death trap of a building where fire exists locked together by chains and cracks in the wall like it comes down and then to top it all off, paid next to nothing to not even be able to put food in the table every night for their family. Would you buy that £5.00 t-shirt NOW?⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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On 30th November, that 5-year agreement is up! The 2018 Transition Accord, which is the Bangladesh governments replacement proposal, lacks some of the core promises of the initial Accord, which could endanger worker safety and wellbeing. On Thursday Bangladesh High Court will decide whether to keep the ACCORD or NOT.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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#ProtectProgress #RanaPlazaNeverAgain #RanaPlaza #FashionRevolution #WhoMadeMyClothes #WhoMadeYourClothes #RealLife #HappeningHow #Change #MakeChangeHappen #Solidarity #WeAreHumans #HumanRights #LivingWage #WorkingConditions #SalveToFashion #SlaveryInFashion #YouCanChangeThis #FastFashion #SlowFashion #EthicalFashion #SustainableFashion #miapparel
Someone, somewhere is paying for it...⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ When I was a Buyer in Fast Fashion many years ago on the phone haggling the cost of a garment to raise my margin, someones life was quite possibly at stake with that negotiation for that companies profit. Sounds dramatic? it isn't its REAL LIFE SHIT! How the hell do you think anyone can make a £5.00 t-shirt and expect along the supply chain that everyone 'does all right' off the back of that! HOW? Have you ever made a t-shirt yourself and the thought behind anything that goes into it? If you knew that the women, barely legal child or man that made that £5.00 t-shirt upon your back was subjected to abuse, physically & mentally and where working in a death trap of a building where fire exists locked together by chains and cracks in the wall like it comes down and then to top it all off, paid next to nothing to not even be able to put food in the table every night for their family. Would you buy that £5.00 t-shirt NOW?⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Following the collapse of Rana Plaza, the Bangladesh Accord was introduced in 2013 to bind global fashion brands, retailers and trade unions in a 5-year agreement to ensure fire and building safety for garment workers.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ On 30th November, that 5-year agreement is up! The 2018 Transition Accord, which is the Bangladesh governments replacement proposal, lacks some of the core promises of the initial Accord, which could endanger worker safety and wellbeing. On Thursday Bangladesh High Court will decide whether to keep the ACCORD or NOT.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Show solidarity and with @cleanclothescampaign and sign the petition | Link in Bio⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #ProtectProgress  #RanaPlazaNeverAgain  #RanaPlaza  #FashionRevolution  #WhoMadeMyClothes  #WhoMadeYourClothes  #RealLife  #HappeningHow  #Change  #MakeChangeHappen  #Solidarity  #WeAreHumans  #HumanRights  #LivingWage  #WorkingConditions  #SalveToFashion  #SlaveryInFashion  #YouCanChangeThis  #FastFashion  #SlowFashion  #EthicalFashion  #SustainableFashion  #miapparel 
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Your clothes are made by HUMAN HANDS. The hands of an individual who does not have a voice, who is trapped in modern slavery.
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We have until tomorrow 6th December to sign the letter for the Accord. You can take a step to protect lives of garment workers in Bangladesh, 2 minutes and it won’t cost you a penny. 
Link in bio.
@cleanclothescampaign .
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#whomademyclothes #standup #humanrights #embroidery #tickover #bangladesh #garmentworkers #fashionrevolution #antifastfashion #embroideryhoop #craftivism #ranaplazaneveragain #ranaplaza
YOU HAVE A VOICE USE IT. . Your clothes are made by HUMAN HANDS. The hands of an individual who does not have a voice, who is trapped in modern slavery. . We have until tomorrow 6th December to sign the letter for the Accord. You can take a step to protect lives of garment workers in Bangladesh, 2 minutes and it won’t cost you a penny. Link in bio. @cleanclothescampaign . . . #whomademyclothes  #standup  #humanrights  #embroidery  #tickover  #bangladesh  #garmentworkers  #fashionrevolution  #antifastfashion  #embroideryhoop  #craftivism  #ranaplazaneveragain  #ranaplaza 
@Regran_ed from @slavetofash -  Two days left to send a letter - do it, see link in our bio - Creative and words from @tickover_ The Rana Plaza collapse was a “mass industrial homicide”. The worst in the garment industry killing an estimated 1,134 and injuring far more, it was a horrific example of how the lives of garment workers had been put at risk for fast fashion. .
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The Accord was a 5 year agreement, introduced soon after in 2013 to ensure fire and building safety for garment workers. It ends on December 6th.
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The 2018 Transition Accord, is the replacement proposal from the Bangladesh government who now want to take over the inspection process. It is missing important promises of the first Accord that could put the workers in danger.
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Potentially increasing the chance of workplace accidents is idiocy. Do we not remember those that have been lost to the industry? .
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You are able to take a stand by speaking out. Do you care about the safety of those who make your clothes? Can you imagine the life of one garment worker? How about the 3 million in Bangladesh alone? That’s how many people are affected by this new agreement. .
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Take a stand and show solidarity with @cleanclothescampaign 
@labourbehindthelabel 
@fash_rev 
Check the link in my bio to write a letter to the PM of Bangladesh showing that you care about workers safety and please share to spread awareness!
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#ranaplazaneveragain #whomademyclothes #garmentworkers #humanrights #bangladeshaccord #ranaplaza #safety #fastfashion #craftivism #bangladesh #factory #garmentfactory - #regrann
@Regran_ed from @slavetofash - Two days left to send a letter - do it, see link in our bio - Creative and words from @tickover_ The Rana Plaza collapse was a “mass industrial homicide”. The worst in the garment industry killing an estimated 1,134 and injuring far more, it was a horrific example of how the lives of garment workers had been put at risk for fast fashion. . . The Accord was a 5 year agreement, introduced soon after in 2013 to ensure fire and building safety for garment workers. It ends on December 6th. . . The 2018 Transition Accord, is the replacement proposal from the Bangladesh government who now want to take over the inspection process. It is missing important promises of the first Accord that could put the workers in danger. . . Potentially increasing the chance of workplace accidents is idiocy. Do we not remember those that have been lost to the industry? . . You are able to take a stand by speaking out. Do you care about the safety of those who make your clothes? Can you imagine the life of one garment worker? How about the 3 million in Bangladesh alone? That’s how many people are affected by this new agreement. . . Take a stand and show solidarity with @cleanclothescampaign @labourbehindthelabel @fash_rev Check the link in my bio to write a letter to the PM of Bangladesh showing that you care about workers safety and please share to spread awareness! . . #ranaplazaneveragain  #whomademyclothes  #garmentworkers  #humanrights  #bangladeshaccord  #ranaplaza  #safety  #fastfashion  #craftivism  #bangladesh  #factory  #garmentfactory  - #regrann 
This week the high court of Bangladesh will decide whether or not to retain the Bangladesh Accord. After the Rana Plaza disaster the Accord  on Fire and Building Safety has helped protect the safety of workers and helped prevent another disaster. The Accord wasn’t perfect, it didn’t cover all factories, but it was making a lot of the people who make our clothes feel safe, secure and valued. More brands, particularly fast fashion brands, need to be aware of what the working conditions within their supply chains are and help foster change. Image via Vogue
This week the high court of Bangladesh will decide whether or not to retain the Bangladesh Accord. After the Rana Plaza disaster the Accord on Fire and Building Safety has helped protect the safety of workers and helped prevent another disaster. The Accord wasn’t perfect, it didn’t cover all factories, but it was making a lot of the people who make our clothes feel safe, secure and valued. More brands, particularly fast fashion brands, need to be aware of what the working conditions within their supply chains are and help foster change. Image via Vogue
#Repost @laurenbfay
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Repost from @slavetofash 
Two days left to send a letter - do it, see link in our bio - Creative and words from @tickover_ The Rana Plaza collapse was a “mass industrial homicide”. The worst in the garment industry killing an estimated 1,134 and injuring far more, it was a horrific example of how the lives of garment workers had been put at risk for fast fashion. .
.
The Accord was a 5 year agreement, introduced soon after in 2013 to ensure fire and building safety for garment workers. It ends on December 6th.
.
.
The 2018 Transition Accord, is the replacement proposal from the Bangladesh government who now want to take over the inspection process. It is missing important promises of the first Accord that could put the workers in danger.
.
.
Potentially increasing the chance of workplace accidents is idiocy. Do we not remember those that have been lost to the industry? .
.
You are able to take a stand by speaking out. Do you care about the safety of those who make your clothes? Can you imagine the life of one garment worker? How about the 3 million in Bangladesh alone? That’s how many people are affected by this new agreement. .
.
Take a stand and show solidarity with @cleanclothescampaign 
@labourbehindthelabel 
@fash_rev 
Check the link in my bio to write a letter to the PM of Bangladesh showing that you care about workers safety and please share to spread awareness!
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.
#ranaplazaneveragain #whomademyclothes #garmentworkers #humanrights #bangladeshaccord #ranaplaza #safety #fastfashion #craftivism #bangladesh #factory #garmentfactory
#Repost  @laurenbfay • • • • • Repost from @slavetofash Two days left to send a letter - do it, see link in our bio - Creative and words from @tickover_ The Rana Plaza collapse was a “mass industrial homicide”. The worst in the garment industry killing an estimated 1,134 and injuring far more, it was a horrific example of how the lives of garment workers had been put at risk for fast fashion. . . The Accord was a 5 year agreement, introduced soon after in 2013 to ensure fire and building safety for garment workers. It ends on December 6th. . . The 2018 Transition Accord, is the replacement proposal from the Bangladesh government who now want to take over the inspection process. It is missing important promises of the first Accord that could put the workers in danger. . . Potentially increasing the chance of workplace accidents is idiocy. Do we not remember those that have been lost to the industry? . . You are able to take a stand by speaking out. Do you care about the safety of those who make your clothes? Can you imagine the life of one garment worker? How about the 3 million in Bangladesh alone? That’s how many people are affected by this new agreement. . . Take a stand and show solidarity with @cleanclothescampaign @labourbehindthelabel @fash_rev Check the link in my bio to write a letter to the PM of Bangladesh showing that you care about workers safety and please share to spread awareness! . . #ranaplazaneveragain  #whomademyclothes  #garmentworkers  #humanrights  #bangladeshaccord  #ranaplaza  #safety  #fastfashion  #craftivism  #bangladesh  #factory  #garmentfactory 
Rana Plaza was the incident that started Purple Impression. It lead us to ask the questions about how our clothes are made?. There's only 2 more days left to sign the petition to call on the Bangladeshi government to allow the Accord to continue it's work to keep garment factory workers safe. Please sign it and lend your voice to provide better working standards for those making our clothes. Help spread the word. Link for letter in bio ☝️. Below write up &📷@tickover_
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The Rana Plaza collapse was a “mass industrial homicide”. The worst in the garment industry killing an estimated 1,134 and injuring far more, it was a horrific example of how the lives of garment workers had been put at risk for fast fashion. .
.
The Accord was a 5 year agreement, introduced soon after in 2013 to ensure fire and building safety for garment workers. It ends on November 30th.
.
.
The 2018 Transition Accord, is the replacement proposal from the Bangladesh government who now want to take over the inspection process. It is missing important promises of the first Accord that could put the workers in danger.
.
.
Potentially increasing the chance of workplace accidents is idiocy. Do we not remember those that have been lost to the industry? .
.
You are able to take a stand by speaking out. Do you care about the safety of those who make your clothes? Can you imagine the life of one garment worker? How about the 3 million in Bangladesh alone? That’s how many people are affected by this new agreement. .
.
Take a stand and show solidarity with @cleanclothescampaign 
@labourbehindthelabel 
@fash_rev 
Check the link in my bio to write a letter to the PM of Bangladesh showing that you care about workers safety and please share to spread awareness!
.
.
#ranaplazaneveragain #whomademyclothes #garmentworkers #humanrights #bangladeshaccord #ranaplaza #safety #fastfashion #craftivism #hijabi #bangladesh #hijabfashion #garmentfactory #embroidery #tickover #embroideryhoop #fairtradefashion #ethicalfashion #sustainablefashion
Rana Plaza was the incident that started Purple Impression. It lead us to ask the questions about how our clothes are made?. There's only 2 more days left to sign the petition to call on the Bangladeshi government to allow the Accord to continue it's work to keep garment factory workers safe. Please sign it and lend your voice to provide better working standards for those making our clothes. Help spread the word. Link for letter in bio ☝️. Below write up &📷@tickover_ • • • • • The Rana Plaza collapse was a “mass industrial homicide”. The worst in the garment industry killing an estimated 1,134 and injuring far more, it was a horrific example of how the lives of garment workers had been put at risk for fast fashion. . . The Accord was a 5 year agreement, introduced soon after in 2013 to ensure fire and building safety for garment workers. It ends on November 30th. . . The 2018 Transition Accord, is the replacement proposal from the Bangladesh government who now want to take over the inspection process. It is missing important promises of the first Accord that could put the workers in danger. . . Potentially increasing the chance of workplace accidents is idiocy. Do we not remember those that have been lost to the industry? . . You are able to take a stand by speaking out. Do you care about the safety of those who make your clothes? Can you imagine the life of one garment worker? How about the 3 million in Bangladesh alone? That’s how many people are affected by this new agreement. . . Take a stand and show solidarity with @cleanclothescampaign @labourbehindthelabel @fash_rev Check the link in my bio to write a letter to the PM of Bangladesh showing that you care about workers safety and please share to spread awareness! . . #ranaplazaneveragain  #whomademyclothes  #garmentworkers  #humanrights  #bangladeshaccord  #ranaplaza  #safety  #fastfashion  #craftivism  #hijabi  #bangladesh  #hijabfashion  #garmentfactory  #embroidery  #tickover  #embroideryhoop  #fairtradefashion  #ethicalfashion  #sustainablefashion 
This week marks the 5th anniversary of the Dhaka factory collapse: it is the worst structural failure collapse in modern history, taking the lives of more than a thousand garment workers and injuring thousands more. 
This is the cost of clothing - when fast fashion and bottom lines are worth more than the safety and dignity of human lives. 
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#ethicalfashion #ethicalclothing #ranaplaza #whomademyclothes #fairtrade #fashion #endit #enditmovement #iwantasweetersociety #sweetsociety #fashionrev #fashrev #fashionrevolution
This week marks the 5th anniversary of the Dhaka factory collapse: it is the worst structural failure collapse in modern history, taking the lives of more than a thousand garment workers and injuring thousands more. This is the cost of clothing - when fast fashion and bottom lines are worth more than the safety and dignity of human lives. _ #ethicalfashion  #ethicalclothing  #ranaplaza  #whomademyclothes  #fairtrade  #fashion  #endit  #enditmovement  #iwantasweetersociety  #sweetsociety  #fashionrev  #fashrev  #fashionrevolution 
Repost from @slavetofash 
Two days left to send a letter - do it, see link in @slavetofash bio - Creative and words from @tickover_ The Rana Plaza collapse was a “mass industrial homicide”. The worst in the garment industry killing an estimated 1,134 and injuring far more, it was a horrific example of how the lives of garment workers had been put at risk for fast fashion. .
.
The Accord was a 5 year agreement, introduced soon after in 2013 to ensure fire and building safety for garment workers. It ends on December 6th.
.
.
The 2018 Transition Accord, is the replacement proposal from the Bangladesh government who now want to take over the inspection process. It is missing important promises of the first Accord that could put the workers in danger.
.
.
Potentially increasing the chance of workplace accidents is idiocy. Do we not remember those that have been lost to the industry? .
.
You are able to take a stand by speaking out. Do you care about the safety of those who make your clothes? Can you imagine the life of one garment worker? How about the 3 million in Bangladesh alone? That’s how many people are affected by this new agreement. .
.
Take a stand and show solidarity with @cleanclothescampaign 
@labourbehindthelabel 
@fash_rev 
Check the link in @slavetofash bio to write a letter to the PM of Bangladesh showing that you care about workers safety and please share to spread awareness!
.
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#ranaplazaneveragain #whomademyclothes #garmentworkers #humanrights #bangladeshaccord #ranaplaza #safety #fastfashion #craftivism #bangladesh #factory #garmentfactory
Repost from @slavetofash Two days left to send a letter - do it, see link in @slavetofash bio - Creative and words from @tickover_ The Rana Plaza collapse was a “mass industrial homicide”. The worst in the garment industry killing an estimated 1,134 and injuring far more, it was a horrific example of how the lives of garment workers had been put at risk for fast fashion. . . The Accord was a 5 year agreement, introduced soon after in 2013 to ensure fire and building safety for garment workers. It ends on December 6th. . . The 2018 Transition Accord, is the replacement proposal from the Bangladesh government who now want to take over the inspection process. It is missing important promises of the first Accord that could put the workers in danger. . . Potentially increasing the chance of workplace accidents is idiocy. Do we not remember those that have been lost to the industry? . . You are able to take a stand by speaking out. Do you care about the safety of those who make your clothes? Can you imagine the life of one garment worker? How about the 3 million in Bangladesh alone? That’s how many people are affected by this new agreement. . . Take a stand and show solidarity with @cleanclothescampaign @labourbehindthelabel @fash_rev Check the link in @slavetofash bio to write a letter to the PM of Bangladesh showing that you care about workers safety and please share to spread awareness! . . #ranaplazaneveragain  #whomademyclothes  #garmentworkers  #humanrights  #bangladeshaccord  #ranaplaza  #safety  #fastfashion  #craftivism  #bangladesh  #factory  #garmentfactory 
Two days left to send a letter - do it, see link in our bio - Creative and words from @tickover_ The Rana Plaza collapse was a “mass industrial homicide”. The worst in the garment industry killing an estimated 1,134 and injuring far more, it was a horrific example of how the lives of garment workers had been put at risk for fast fashion. .
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The Accord was a 5 year agreement, introduced soon after in 2013 to ensure fire and building safety for garment workers. It ends on December 6th.
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The 2018 Transition Accord, is the replacement proposal from the Bangladesh government who now want to take over the inspection process. It is missing important promises of the first Accord that could put the workers in danger.
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Potentially increasing the chance of workplace accidents is idiocy. Do we not remember those that have been lost to the industry? .
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You are able to take a stand by speaking out. Do you care about the safety of those who make your clothes? Can you imagine the life of one garment worker? How about the 3 million in Bangladesh alone? That’s how many people are affected by this new agreement. .
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Take a stand and show solidarity with @cleanclothescampaign 
@labourbehindthelabel 
@fash_rev 
Check the link in my bio to write a letter to the PM of Bangladesh showing that you care about workers safety and please share to spread awareness!
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#ranaplazaneveragain #whomademyclothes #garmentworkers #humanrights #bangladeshaccord #ranaplaza #safety #fastfashion #craftivism #bangladesh #factory #garmentfactory
Two days left to send a letter - do it, see link in our bio - Creative and words from @tickover_ The Rana Plaza collapse was a “mass industrial homicide”. The worst in the garment industry killing an estimated 1,134 and injuring far more, it was a horrific example of how the lives of garment workers had been put at risk for fast fashion. . . The Accord was a 5 year agreement, introduced soon after in 2013 to ensure fire and building safety for garment workers. It ends on December 6th. . . The 2018 Transition Accord, is the replacement proposal from the Bangladesh government who now want to take over the inspection process. It is missing important promises of the first Accord that could put the workers in danger. . . Potentially increasing the chance of workplace accidents is idiocy. Do we not remember those that have been lost to the industry? . . You are able to take a stand by speaking out. Do you care about the safety of those who make your clothes? Can you imagine the life of one garment worker? How about the 3 million in Bangladesh alone? That’s how many people are affected by this new agreement. . . Take a stand and show solidarity with @cleanclothescampaign @labourbehindthelabel @fash_rev Check the link in my bio to write a letter to the PM of Bangladesh showing that you care about workers safety and please share to spread awareness! . . #ranaplazaneveragain  #whomademyclothes  #garmentworkers  #humanrights  #bangladeshaccord  #ranaplaza  #safety  #fastfashion  #craftivism  #bangladesh  #factory  #garmentfactory 
On April 24th, 2013, over 1,000 workers  were killed and several thousand more injured when the floors of their factory in #RanaPlaza gave way. 
This is the cost of fast fashion. Their blood is on our hands. Our continued oblivious consumption of fast fashion comes at the cost of underpaid and overworked people- including children. 
Your basic tank from Forever 21 costs more than $1.99- for some, it cost their life.

Let’s continue to learn from this tragedy. This is why #MEETYOURMAKER is so important to #EMPIRE. Knowing who made your clothing allows for more transparency and control over the products we consume.

Support small businesses that sell directly from maker to consumer. Support the makers in your life. Support transparent, sustainable fashion. 
#NOMORETRAGEDIES
#MEETYOURMAKER
#EMPIRE
#RANAPLAZA
#FUCKFASTFASHION
#FOREVER21CANKISSMYASS
#SUSTAINABLEFASHION
On April 24th, 2013, over 1,000 workers were killed and several thousand more injured when the floors of their factory in #RanaPlaza  gave way. This is the cost of fast fashion. Their blood is on our hands. Our continued oblivious consumption of fast fashion comes at the cost of underpaid and overworked people- including children. Your basic tank from Forever 21 costs more than $1.99- for some, it cost their life. Let’s continue to learn from this tragedy. This is why #MEETYOURMAKER  is so important to #EMPIRE . Knowing who made your clothing allows for more transparency and control over the products we consume. Support small businesses that sell directly from maker to consumer. Support the makers in your life. Support transparent, sustainable fashion. #NOMORETRAGEDIES  #MEETYOURMAKER  #EMPIRE  #RANAPLAZA  #FUCKFASTFASHION  #FOREVER21CANKISSMYASS  #SUSTAINABLEFASHION 
#neverforget the 2012 collapse of #ranaplaza in #bangladesh and know the #thetruecost of your clothing. Its the responsibility of #everywoman 📷 #taslimaakhter
🔥 When the only ‘impact’ that those Greenwashing ‘Sustainable’ Collections made by the big fast fashion brand @hm has, is purely NARRATIVE (and in their pockets 💰💰💰).
In the meantime, producing waaaaaay too many clothes at a frenetic rhythm, selling them too cheap, made under unsafe work conditions by people who aren’t even paid with the minimum wage; and being one of the biggest Fast Fashion giant retailers who contributes the most on contaminating and fucking up the Planet...let’s stop for a second and be honest: does it sound that ‘Conscious and Ethical’ to you? 💭
Because it sounds to me like slavery still exists nowadays and there is a lot of greenwashing going on in the Fast Fashion Industry. 🚨
(And by the way, from all the thousands of garments which they receive to recycle at their stores, they can only recycle the 1% of them. 
The rest go to landfill and supposedly, your consciousness goes to heaven.) 🐉
📷 Bollywood Actress Sridevi in the 80s ✨
🔥 When the only ‘impact’ that those Greenwashing ‘Sustainable’ Collections made by the big fast fashion brand @hm has, is purely NARRATIVE (and in their pockets 💰💰💰). In the meantime, producing waaaaaay too many clothes at a frenetic rhythm, selling them too cheap, made under unsafe work conditions by people who aren’t even paid with the minimum wage; and being one of the biggest Fast Fashion giant retailers who contributes the most on contaminating and fucking up the Planet...let’s stop for a second and be honest: does it sound that ‘Conscious and Ethical’ to you? 💭 Because it sounds to me like slavery still exists nowadays and there is a lot of greenwashing going on in the Fast Fashion Industry. 🚨 (And by the way, from all the thousands of garments which they receive to recycle at their stores, they can only recycle the 1% of them. The rest go to landfill and supposedly, your consciousness goes to heaven.) 🐉 📷 Bollywood Actress Sridevi in the 80s ✨
Repost from @labourbehindthelabel - On 6th December there is an incredibly important case coming to the Bangladesh High court that will review once and for all if the Accord is thrown out of Bangladesh.⠀
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It is vital this doesn't happen as millions of workers will once again be put at risk in unsafe factories #ProtectProgress #RanaPlazaNeverAgain⠀
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#activism #sustainablefashion #sustainableliving #lowimpactmovement #ethicalfashion #brightonblogger #plasticfreeliving #climatechangeisreal #animalactivism #socialactivism #fashionactivism #stopclimatechange #fashionrevolution #craftivism #artasactivism #ethicaltshirt #ethicalbag #illustrator #revivalcollective #ranaplaza #labourbehindthelabel #whomademyclothes #fashionrevolution
Repost from @labourbehindthelabel - On 6th December there is an incredibly important case coming to the Bangladesh High court that will review once and for all if the Accord is thrown out of Bangladesh.⠀ ⠀ It is vital this doesn't happen as millions of workers will once again be put at risk in unsafe factories #ProtectProgress  #RanaPlazaNeverAgain ⠀ ⠀ Make sure you sign! Link is in our bio ✨⠀ .⠀ .⠀ . #activism  #sustainablefashion  #sustainableliving  #lowimpactmovement  #ethicalfashion  #brightonblogger  #plasticfreeliving  #climatechangeisreal  #animalactivism  #socialactivism  #fashionactivism  #stopclimatechange  #fashionrevolution  #craftivism  #artasactivism  #ethicaltshirt  #ethicalbag  #illustrator  #revivalcollective  #ranaplaza  #labourbehindthelabel  #whomademyclothes  #fashionrevolution 
Miss Jay Alexander @miss_jalexander for Project1127

I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com 
Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com

Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_
Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel
Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang 
Producer and Stylist: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle 
Hair: Clark Vincent @clarkvincentglamny Makeup: Frank Guyton @frankguyton using Studio: Tribeca Skyline Studios @triskystudios 
#migueljacob #project1127 #profoto #profotoglobal #profoto_canada #migueljacob #lightshaping #ranaplaza #laurasiegel #sustainablefashion #missjayalexander
Miss Jay Alexander @miss_jalexander for Project1127 I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_ Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang Producer and Stylist: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle Hair: Clark Vincent @clarkvincentglamny Makeup: Frank Guyton @frankguyton using Studio: Tribeca Skyline Studios @triskystudios #migueljacob  #project1127  #profoto  #profotoglobal  #profoto_canada  #migueljacob  #lightshaping  #ranaplaza  #laurasiegel  #sustainablefashion  #missjayalexander 
Louise Donegan @donegandonegan for Project1127

I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com 
Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com

Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_
Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel
Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang 
Producer and Stylist: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle 
Hair: Anthony Joseph Hernandez @ajhhair Makeup: Bruce Dean @arrivebeautiful Studio: Bitfire Studio @bitfireinc 
#migueljacob #project1127 #profoto #profotoglobal #profoto_canada #migueljacob #lightshaping #ranaplaza #laurasiegel #sustainablefashion #leandramedine #louisedonegan
Louise Donegan @donegandonegan for Project1127 I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_ Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang Producer and Stylist: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle Hair: Anthony Joseph Hernandez @ajhhair Makeup: Bruce Dean @arrivebeautiful Studio: Bitfire Studio @bitfireinc #migueljacob  #project1127  #profoto  #profotoglobal  #profoto_canada  #migueljacob  #lightshaping  #ranaplaza  #laurasiegel  #sustainablefashion  #leandramedine  #louisedonegan 
May Kwok @iamamayzing for Project1127

I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com 
Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com

Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_
Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel
Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang 
Producer: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle  Styling: Nikki Fontanella
Hair: Ashley Rubell  Makeup: Dana Rae @danaraemua Studio: Tribeca Skyline Studios @triskystudios 
#migueljacob #project1127 #profoto #profotoglobal #profoto_canada #migueljacob #lightshaping #ranaplaza #laurasiegel #sustainablefashion #maykwok
May Kwok @iamamayzing for Project1127 I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_ Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang Producer: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle Styling: Nikki Fontanella Hair: Ashley Rubell Makeup: Dana Rae @danaraemua Studio: Tribeca Skyline Studios @triskystudios #migueljacob  #project1127  #profoto  #profotoglobal  #profoto_canada  #migueljacob  #lightshaping  #ranaplaza  #laurasiegel  #sustainablefashion  #maykwok 
Rita Liefhebber @rita_liefhebber for Project1127

I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com 
Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com

Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_
Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel
Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang 
Producer and Stylist: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle 
Hair: Anthony Joseph Hernandez @ajhhair Makeup: Bruce Dean @arrivebeautiful Studio: Bitfire Studio @bitfireinc 
#migueljacob #project1127 #profoto #profotoglobal #profoto_canada #migueljacob #lightshaping #ranaplaza #laurasiegel #sustainablefashion #ritaliefhebber
Rita Liefhebber @rita_liefhebber for Project1127 I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_ Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang Producer and Stylist: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle Hair: Anthony Joseph Hernandez @ajhhair Makeup: Bruce Dean @arrivebeautiful Studio: Bitfire Studio @bitfireinc #migueljacob  #project1127  #profoto  #profotoglobal  #profoto_canada  #migueljacob  #lightshaping  #ranaplaza  #laurasiegel  #sustainablefashion  #ritaliefhebber 
Leandra Medine @manrepeller for Project1127

I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com 
Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com

Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_
Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel
Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang 
Producer and Stylist: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle 
Hair: Anthony Joseph Hernandez @ajhhair Makeup: Bruce Dean @arrivebeautiful Studio: Bitfire Studio @bitfireinc 
#migueljacob #project1127 #profoto #profotoglobal #profoto_canada #migueljacob #lightshaping #ranaplaza #laurasiegel #sustainablefashion #leandramedine #manrepeller
Leandra Medine @manrepeller for Project1127 I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_ Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang Producer and Stylist: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle Hair: Anthony Joseph Hernandez @ajhhair Makeup: Bruce Dean @arrivebeautiful Studio: Bitfire Studio @bitfireinc #migueljacob  #project1127  #profoto  #profotoglobal  #profoto_canada  #migueljacob  #lightshaping  #ranaplaza  #laurasiegel  #sustainablefashion  #leandramedine  #manrepeller 
Summer Rayne Oakes @homesteadbrooklyn for Project1127

I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com 
Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com

Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_
Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel
Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang 
Producer and Stylist: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle 
Hair: Anthony Joseph Hernandez @ajhhair Makeup: Bruce Dean @arrivebeautiful Studio: Bitfire Studio @bitfireinc 
#migueljacob #project1127 #profoto #profotoglobal #profoto_canada #migueljacob #lightshaping #ranaplaza #laurasiegel #sustainablefashion
Summer Rayne Oakes @homesteadbrooklyn for Project1127 I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_ Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang Producer and Stylist: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle Hair: Anthony Joseph Hernandez @ajhhair Makeup: Bruce Dean @arrivebeautiful Studio: Bitfire Studio @bitfireinc #migueljacob  #project1127  #profoto  #profotoglobal  #profoto_canada  #migueljacob  #lightshaping  #ranaplaza  #laurasiegel  #sustainablefashion 
Sikkerhetsavtalen som har skapt en tryggere hverdag for 2,2 millioner arbeidere i Bangladesh står i fare!  Nå trenger jeg DIN hjelp. 👊🏽 Da jeg besøkte landet tidligere i år fikk jeg se med egne øyne hvor viktig dette arbeidet er. Avtalen har vært en av veldig få lysglimt i livet til tekstilarbeiderne i Bangladesh. Den er inngått mellom klesselskaper, fagforeninger og tekstilfabrikker i Bangladesh, og inneholder blant annet uavhengige inspeksjoner av fabrikker. Fabrikker som ikke er gode nok på sikkerhet kastes ut, og klesmerkene som har forpliktet seg til avtalen slutter å bruke de dårlige fabrikkene. 
Sikkerhetsavtalen har altså vært utenfor myndighetens kontroll. Det har tydeligvis ikke vært populært - selv om den åpenbart har gjort livene til veldig mange mennesker mye bedre. Nå kan høyesterett kaste hele inspeksjonsprogrammet som følger med avtalen ut av landet. 
Du kan be klesindustrien bruke sin innflytelse for å sørge for at sikkerhetsavtalen bevares! Sånn kan du bidra: 
Skriv på Facebooksiden til @lindexofficial eller @bestseller.com (Du kan også gå inn på noen av merkene til Bestseller: @veromodanorway , @ONLY  @jackandjones  @vilanorway ), skriv en melding på veggen, eller i kommentarfeltet på en post, for å oppfordre dem å  sørge for at sikkerhetsavtalen bevares! "Kjære <merke/selskapsnavn>. Sikkerhetsavtalen for tekstilarbeidere i Bangladesh står i fare! Sikkerhetsavtalen som dere har signert, har bidratt til at mer enn 1600 fabrikker er kontrollert og gjort langt tryggere for arbeiderne. Låste nødutganger er fjernet og brannsikkerhet forbedret. Nå på torsdag kan høyesterett kaste inspeksjonsprogrammet ut av landet. Det må ikke skje! Som kunde vil jeg at dere bruker all deres innflytelse for at sikkerhetsavtalen skal forbli i Bangladesh, for å sikre tryggheten for alle de som syr klærne våre." Takk for støtten! ❤️
#fashionrevolution #ranaplazaneveragain #ranaplaza #lovedclotheslast
Sikkerhetsavtalen som har skapt en tryggere hverdag for 2,2 millioner arbeidere i Bangladesh står i fare! Nå trenger jeg DIN hjelp. 👊🏽 Da jeg besøkte landet tidligere i år fikk jeg se med egne øyne hvor viktig dette arbeidet er. Avtalen har vært en av veldig få lysglimt i livet til tekstilarbeiderne i Bangladesh. Den er inngått mellom klesselskaper, fagforeninger og tekstilfabrikker i Bangladesh, og inneholder blant annet uavhengige inspeksjoner av fabrikker. Fabrikker som ikke er gode nok på sikkerhet kastes ut, og klesmerkene som har forpliktet seg til avtalen slutter å bruke de dårlige fabrikkene. Sikkerhetsavtalen har altså vært utenfor myndighetens kontroll. Det har tydeligvis ikke vært populært - selv om den åpenbart har gjort livene til veldig mange mennesker mye bedre. Nå kan høyesterett kaste hele inspeksjonsprogrammet som følger med avtalen ut av landet. Du kan be klesindustrien bruke sin innflytelse for å sørge for at sikkerhetsavtalen bevares! Sånn kan du bidra: Skriv på Facebooksiden til @lindexofficial eller @bestseller.com (Du kan også gå inn på noen av merkene til Bestseller: @veromodanorway , @ONLY @jackandjones @vilanorway ), skriv en melding på veggen, eller i kommentarfeltet på en post, for å oppfordre dem å sørge for at sikkerhetsavtalen bevares! "Kjære . Sikkerhetsavtalen for tekstilarbeidere i Bangladesh står i fare! Sikkerhetsavtalen som dere har signert, har bidratt til at mer enn 1600 fabrikker er kontrollert og gjort langt tryggere for arbeiderne. Låste nødutganger er fjernet og brannsikkerhet forbedret. Nå på torsdag kan høyesterett kaste inspeksjonsprogrammet ut av landet. Det må ikke skje! Som kunde vil jeg at dere bruker all deres innflytelse for at sikkerhetsavtalen skal forbli i Bangladesh, for å sikre tryggheten for alle de som syr klærne våre." Takk for støtten! ❤️ #fashionrevolution  #ranaplazaneveragain  #ranaplaza  #lovedclotheslast 
Kate McGregor @katenotkaight for Project1127

I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com 
Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com

Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_
Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel
Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang 
Producer and Stylist: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle 
Hair: Clark Vincent @clarkvincentglamny Makeup: Frank Guyton @frankguyton Studio: Tribeca Skyline Studios @triskystudios 
#migueljacob #project1127 #profoto #profotoglobal #profoto_canada #migueljacob #lightshaping #ranaplaza #laurasiegel #sustainablefashion
Kate McGregor @katenotkaight for Project1127 I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_ Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang Producer and Stylist: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle Hair: Clark Vincent @clarkvincentglamny Makeup: Frank Guyton @frankguyton Studio: Tribeca Skyline Studios @triskystudios #migueljacob  #project1127  #profoto  #profotoglobal  #profoto_canada  #migueljacob  #lightshaping  #ranaplaza  #laurasiegel  #sustainablefashion 
Miss Jay Alexander @miss_jalexander for Project1127

I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com 
Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com

Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_
Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel
Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang 
Producer and Stylist: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle 
Hair: Clark Vincent @clarkvincentglamny Makeup: Frank Guyton @frankguyton using Studio: Tribeca Skyline Studios @triskystudios 
#migueljacob #project1127 #profoto #profotoglobal #profoto_canada #migueljacob #lightshaping #ranaplaza #laurasiegel #sustainablefashion #missjayalexander
Miss Jay Alexander @miss_jalexander for Project1127 I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_ Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang Producer and Stylist: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle Hair: Clark Vincent @clarkvincentglamny Makeup: Frank Guyton @frankguyton using Studio: Tribeca Skyline Studios @triskystudios #migueljacob  #project1127  #profoto  #profotoglobal  #profoto_canada  #migueljacob  #lightshaping  #ranaplaza  #laurasiegel  #sustainablefashion  #missjayalexander 
Laura Siegel @laurasiegelcollection for Project1127

I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com 
Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com

Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_
Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel
Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang 
Producer and Stylist: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle 
Hair: Clark Vincent @clarkvincentglamny Makeup: Frank Guyton @frankguyton Studio: Tribeca Skyline Studios @triskystudios 
#migueljacob #project1127 #profoto #profotoglobal #profoto_canada #migueljacob #lightshaping #ranaplaza #laurasiegel #sustainablefashion #laurasiegel
Laura Siegel @laurasiegelcollection for Project1127 I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_ Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang Producer and Stylist: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle Hair: Clark Vincent @clarkvincentglamny Makeup: Frank Guyton @frankguyton Studio: Tribeca Skyline Studios @triskystudios #migueljacob  #project1127  #profoto  #profotoglobal  #profoto_canada  #migueljacob  #lightshaping  #ranaplaza  #laurasiegel  #sustainablefashion  #laurasiegel 
Brendan Fallis @brendanfallis for Project1127

I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com 
Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com

Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_
Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel
Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang 
Producer and Stylist: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle 
Hair: Clark Vincent @clarkvincentglamny Makeup: Frank Guyton @frankguyton using Studio: Tribeca Skyline Studios @triskystudios 
#migueljacob #project1127 #profoto #profotoglobal #profoto_canada #migueljacob #lightshaping #ranaplaza #laurasiegel #sustainablefashion #brendanfallis
Brendan Fallis @brendanfallis for Project1127 I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_ Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang Producer and Stylist: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle Hair: Clark Vincent @clarkvincentglamny Makeup: Frank Guyton @frankguyton using Studio: Tribeca Skyline Studios @triskystudios #migueljacob  #project1127  #profoto  #profotoglobal  #profoto_canada  #migueljacob  #lightshaping  #ranaplaza  #laurasiegel  #sustainablefashion  #brendanfallis 
Bo Koehler @bokoehler for Project1127

I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com 
Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com

Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_
Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel
Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang 
Producer: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle  Stylist: Fay Eva @everydayfay 
Hair: Ashley Rubell @ashleyrubell Makeup: Dana Rae @danaraemua Studio: Splashlight Studios @splashlightstudios 
#migueljacob #project1127 #profoto #profotoglobal #profoto_canada #migueljacob #lightshaping #ranaplaza #laurasiegel #sustainablefashion #bokoehler
Bo Koehler @bokoehler for Project1127 I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_ Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang Producer: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle Stylist: Fay Eva @everydayfay Hair: Ashley Rubell @ashleyrubell Makeup: Dana Rae @danaraemua Studio: Splashlight Studios @splashlightstudios #migueljacob  #project1127  #profoto  #profotoglobal  #profoto_canada  #migueljacob  #lightshaping  #ranaplaza  #laurasiegel  #sustainablefashion  #bokoehler 
Scott Lipps @scottlipps @lippsla and Ira Chernova @irachernova for Project1127

I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com 
Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com

Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_
Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel
Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang 
Producer and Stylist: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle 
Hair: Clark Vincent @clarkvincentglamny Makeup: Frank Guyton @frankguyton using @jaymanuelbeauty Studio: Tribeca Skyline Studios @triskystudios 
#migueljacob #project1127 #profoto #profotoglobal #profoto_canada #migueljacob #lightshaping #ranaplaza #laurasiegel #sustainablefashion #scottlipps
Scott Lipps @scottlipps @lippsla and Ira Chernova @irachernova for Project1127 I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_ Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang Producer and Stylist: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle Hair: Clark Vincent @clarkvincentglamny Makeup: Frank Guyton @frankguyton using @jaymanuelbeauty Studio: Tribeca Skyline Studios @triskystudios #migueljacob  #project1127  #profoto  #profotoglobal  #profoto_canada  #migueljacob  #lightshaping  #ranaplaza  #laurasiegel  #sustainablefashion  #scottlipps 
It's only been 5 years since the tragedy at Rana Plaza, let's not allow the courts in Bangladesh to forget about  1134 workers that died due to fire safety and building integrity critical issues ignored by the owners of the factories. Share this post use hashtag #dontforgetranaplaza. Safe workplace is everyone's right! Follow us to understand what's going on and make sure this doesn't happen again. Let's give a voice to those who perished in the awful tragedy that could've been avoided. #bangladesh #theaccord #humanrights #safeworkplaceforall #ranaplaza #ranaplazaneveragain #tradefairlivefair #nooneshoulddieforfashion #humanrights #accord #theaccord #firesafety
It's only been 5 years since the tragedy at Rana Plaza, let's not allow the courts in Bangladesh to forget about 1134 workers that died due to fire safety and building integrity critical issues ignored by the owners of the factories. Share this post use hashtag #dontforgetranaplaza . Safe workplace is everyone's right! Follow us to understand what's going on and make sure this doesn't happen again. Let's give a voice to those who perished in the awful tragedy that could've been avoided. #bangladesh  #theaccord  #humanrights  #safeworkplaceforall  #ranaplaza  #ranaplazaneveragain  #tradefairlivefair  #nooneshoulddieforfashion  #humanrights  #accord  #theaccord  #firesafety 
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The Bangladesh Accord, put in place after the horrific Rana Plaza factory collapse of 2013, binds global fashion brands, retailers, and trade unions to ensure better fire and building safety for its workers. But time is ticking to keep this Accord in place ⏱ It was originally supposed to expire today, with a replacement proposal going into effect that leaves out important promises of the first Accord that could put workers in danger. 
With the new deadline of December 6, you have time to make your voices heard 🗣 Show your solidarity with @cleanclothescampaign, an organization putting pressure on the Bangladeshi government to increase the safety of workers. Check out the link in their bio to spread awareness of this important issue!
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@fash_rev #fashrevusa #fashrev #fashionrevolution #ranaplazaneveragain #whomademyclothes #garmentworkers #humanrights #bangladeshaccord #ranaplaza #bangladesh
#Repost  @fash_revusa with @get_repost ・・・ The Bangladesh Accord, put in place after the horrific Rana Plaza factory collapse of 2013, binds global fashion brands, retailers, and trade unions to ensure better fire and building safety for its workers. But time is ticking to keep this Accord in place ⏱ It was originally supposed to expire today, with a replacement proposal going into effect that leaves out important promises of the first Accord that could put workers in danger. With the new deadline of December 6, you have time to make your voices heard 🗣 Show your solidarity with @cleanclothescampaign, an organization putting pressure on the Bangladeshi government to increase the safety of workers. Check out the link in their bio to spread awareness of this important issue! . . . 🔁📸 @tickover_ @fash_rev #fashrevusa  #fashrev  #fashionrevolution  #ranaplazaneveragain  #whomademyclothes  #garmentworkers  #humanrights  #bangladeshaccord  #ranaplaza  #bangladesh 
In case you need a humanitarian reason to quit #fastfashion. Thanks to the accord [far from perfect] deaths dropped to 17 [still too many] from 71 [not counting the #ranaplaza disaster] a year. 
#Bangladesh dropping the accord, overseen by a private entity, to stay competitive with other fast fashion manufacturing countries like #China but with politicians who also own factories moving the government in as watchdogs may not keep workers safe. #thinkbeforeyoubuy
#abstinenceisthebestpolicy #sustainableshopping
In case you need a humanitarian reason to quit #fastfashion . Thanks to the accord [far from perfect] deaths dropped to 17 [still too many] from 71 [not counting the #ranaplaza  disaster] a year. #Bangladesh  dropping the accord, overseen by a private entity, to stay competitive with other fast fashion manufacturing countries like #China  but with politicians who also own factories moving the government in as watchdogs may not keep workers safe. #thinkbeforeyoubuy  #abstinenceisthebestpolicy  #sustainableshopping 
Time is up on the Bangladesh Accord. Put in place to provide some safety regulation for garment workers in Bangladesh after the Rana Plaza collapse killing 1,132 people in 2013. The Accord is one of two major safety agreements after the collapse and does not inspect every factory in Bangladesh. But in the past 5 years deaths in the industry have dropped from 71 to 17 a year.

The Bangladesh government is pushing the Accord out as the accord is not regulated by the government but private firms. Bangladesh claims their garment industry has become safer than their competitors, India, Vietnam and China. 
Activists are wary as they have pointed out garment manufacturers sit on the parliament. The International Labour Organization agrees that though the government has made improvements they might not be ready to take over from the Accord.

What do you think? Should it be handled by the government or stay as it is? The Accord has been given one more week until it ends December 6th. 
How you can help, if you think it should stay check out this link here and let them know! 
https://actionnetwork.org/letters/keep-workers-safe-in-bangladesh

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/world/2018/nov/28/international-inspectors-to-leave-bangladesh-after-factory-fire

#ethicalfashion #sustainablefashion #sustainable #sustainability #swap #globalfashionexchange #reuse #recycle #upcycle #slowfashion #circulareconomy #eco #ecofashion #greenfashion #bangladesh #ranaplaza #fashionrevolution #commonpbjective
Time is up on the Bangladesh Accord. Put in place to provide some safety regulation for garment workers in Bangladesh after the Rana Plaza collapse killing 1,132 people in 2013. The Accord is one of two major safety agreements after the collapse and does not inspect every factory in Bangladesh. But in the past 5 years deaths in the industry have dropped from 71 to 17 a year. The Bangladesh government is pushing the Accord out as the accord is not regulated by the government but private firms. Bangladesh claims their garment industry has become safer than their competitors, India, Vietnam and China. Activists are wary as they have pointed out garment manufacturers sit on the parliament. The International Labour Organization agrees that though the government has made improvements they might not be ready to take over from the Accord. What do you think? Should it be handled by the government or stay as it is? The Accord has been given one more week until it ends December 6th. How you can help, if you think it should stay check out this link here and let them know! https://actionnetwork.org/letters/keep-workers-safe-in-bangladesh https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/world/2018/nov/28/international-inspectors-to-leave-bangladesh-after-factory-fire #ethicalfashion  #sustainablefashion  #sustainable  #sustainability  #swap  #globalfashionexchange  #reuse  #recycle  #upcycle  #slowfashion  #circulareconomy  #eco  #ecofashion  #greenfashion  #bangladesh  #ranaplaza  #fashionrevolution  #commonpbjective 
Ta książka nie potrzebuje scenografii. Poruszyła mnie do głębii, bo niestety jestem jednym z trybików w tej maszynie światowego globalizmu. Obiecałam sobie kupować odzież świadomie. Za metką "made in Bangladesh" kryje się wyzysk, smutek, ciężka praca, często ludzkie dramaty🙁😒😡. #dobraksiazka #czytambolubie #odzież #bangladesz #dhaki #ranaplaza #ludzie #wyzysk #ksiazka #reportaz #kupujodpowiedzialnie #tshirt#ranaplazaneveragain
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SLAVERY still exists.
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Here we are nearly 70 years later.  December 2, The International Day for the Abolition of Slavery, marking the adoption by the UN General Assembly for the Suppression of the Traffic in Persons and of the Exploitation of Others in 1949, yes, 1949! That was after WW2 and before the globalisation of supply chains as we know it today. .
Yes, slavery still exists and should be front of mind for us all when we buy clothes, shoes, chocolate and fruits and veg, go to a nail bar or get our car washed. 
Read @safia_minney’s full article on the blog.
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http://www.safia-minney.com/blog/slavery-still-exists/ .
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Last week, a group of friends and fellow campaigners gathered at @claremontproject to show their favourite, most treasured and ethically produced outfit to take a stand against slavery. We are big supporters of The @cleanclothescampaign , @wfto_fairtrade , Fair Trade UK, and the Ethical Trade Initiative that are in different ways campaigning for corporate responsibility and promoting better practice. {video features and thanks to: @natalyaminney @beljacobs_com @sachaholub @karencknapp @kateroseosborne @lucien_paul @po_zu Charlie and Steph from @offset_warehouse @incredibusy and many more.

#modernslavery #abolitionofslavery #freetheslaves . #slavetofashion #safiaminney #endslavery #ranaplazaneveragain #whomademyclothes #garmentworkers #humanrights #bangladeshaccord #ranaplaza #ethicalfashion #madeinbangladesh #fastfashion #craftivism #whomademyclothes
#Repost  @slavetofash with @get_repost ・・・ SLAVERY still exists. . Here we are nearly 70 years later. December 2, The International Day for the Abolition of Slavery, marking the adoption by the UN General Assembly for the Suppression of the Traffic in Persons and of the Exploitation of Others in 1949, yes, 1949! That was after WW2 and before the globalisation of supply chains as we know it today. . Yes, slavery still exists and should be front of mind for us all when we buy clothes, shoes, chocolate and fruits and veg, go to a nail bar or get our car washed. Read @safia_minney’s full article on the blog. . http://www.safia-minney.com/blog/slavery-still-exists/ . . . Last week, a group of friends and fellow campaigners gathered at @claremontproject to show their favourite, most treasured and ethically produced outfit to take a stand against slavery. We are big supporters of The @cleanclothescampaign , @wfto_fairtrade , Fair Trade UK, and the Ethical Trade Initiative that are in different ways campaigning for corporate responsibility and promoting better practice. {video features and thanks to: @natalyaminney @beljacobs_com @sachaholub @karencknapp @kateroseosborne @lucien_paul @po_zu Charlie and Steph from @offset_warehouse @incredibusy and many more. #modernslavery  #abolitionofslavery  #freetheslaves  . #slavetofashion  #safiaminney  #endslavery  #ranaplazaneveragain  #whomademyclothes  #garmentworkers  #humanrights  #bangladeshaccord  #ranaplaza  #ethicalfashion  #madeinbangladesh  #fastfashion  #craftivism  #whomademyclothes 
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SLAVERY still exists.
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Here we are nearly 70 years later.  December 2, The International Day for the Abolition of Slavery, marking the adoption by the UN General Assembly for the Suppression of the Traffic in Persons and of the Exploitation of Others in 1949, yes, 1949! That was after WW2 and before the globalisation of supply chains as we know it today. .
Yes, slavery still exists and should be front of mind for us all when we buy clothes, shoes, chocolate and fruits and veg, go to a nail bar or get our car washed. 
Read @safia_minney’s full article on the blog.
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http://www.safia-minney.com/blog/slavery-still-exists/ .
Last week, a group of friends and fellow campaigners gathered at Claremont Project to show their favourite, most treasured and ethically produced outfit to take a stand against slavery. We are big supporters of The @cleanclothescampaign , @wfto_fairtrade , Fair Trade UK, and the Ethical Trade Initiative that are in different ways campaigning for corporate responsibility and promoting better practice. {video features and thanks to: @beljacobs_com @sachaholub @karencknapp @kateroseosborne @lucien_paul @po_zu Charlie and Steph from @offset_warehouse @incredibusy and many more.

#modernslavery #abolitionofslavery #freetheslaves . slavetofashion #safiaminney #raamat #ranaplazaneveragain #whomademyclothes #garmentworkers #humanrights #bangladeshaccord #ranaplaza #ethicalfashion #madeinbangladesh #fastfashion #craftivism thanks 🙏🏽 @natalyaminney for a sweet film 💕💪🌎💪
JOIN US ! @slavetofash SLAVERY still exists. . Here we are nearly 70 years later. December 2, The International Day for the Abolition of Slavery, marking the adoption by the UN General Assembly for the Suppression of the Traffic in Persons and of the Exploitation of Others in 1949, yes, 1949! That was after WW2 and before the globalisation of supply chains as we know it today. . Yes, slavery still exists and should be front of mind for us all when we buy clothes, shoes, chocolate and fruits and veg, go to a nail bar or get our car washed. Read @safia_minney’s full article on the blog. . http://www.safia-minney.com/blog/slavery-still-exists/ . Last week, a group of friends and fellow campaigners gathered at Claremont Project to show their favourite, most treasured and ethically produced outfit to take a stand against slavery. We are big supporters of The @cleanclothescampaign , @wfto_fairtrade , Fair Trade UK, and the Ethical Trade Initiative that are in different ways campaigning for corporate responsibility and promoting better practice. {video features and thanks to: @beljacobs_com @sachaholub @karencknapp @kateroseosborne @lucien_paul @po_zu Charlie and Steph from @offset_warehouse @incredibusy and many more. #modernslavery  #abolitionofslavery  #freetheslaves  . slavetofashion #safiaminney  #raamat  #ranaplazaneveragain  #whomademyclothes  #garmentworkers  #humanrights  #bangladeshaccord  #ranaplaza  #ethicalfashion  #madeinbangladesh  #fastfashion  #craftivism  thanks 🙏🏽 @natalyaminney for a sweet film 💕💪🌎💪
SLAVERY still exists.
.
Here we are nearly 70 years later.  December 2, The International Day for the Abolition of Slavery, marking the adoption by the UN General Assembly for the Suppression of the Traffic in Persons and of the Exploitation of Others in 1949, yes, 1949! That was after WW2 and before the globalisation of supply chains as we know it today. .
Yes, slavery still exists and should be front of mind for us all when we buy clothes, shoes, chocolate and fruits and veg, go to a nail bar or get our car washed. 
Read @safia_minney’s full article on the blog.
.
http://www.safia-minney.com/blog/slavery-still-exists/ .
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.
Last week, a group of friends and fellow campaigners gathered at @claremontproject to show their favourite, most treasured and ethically produced outfit to take a stand against slavery. We are big supporters of The @cleanclothescampaign , @wfto_fairtrade , Fair Trade UK, and the Ethical Trade Initiative that are in different ways campaigning for corporate responsibility and promoting better practice. {video features and thanks to: @natalyaminney @beljacobs_com @sachaholub @karencknapp @kateroseosborne @lucien_paul @po_zu Charlie and Steph from @offset_warehouse @incredibusy and many more.

#modernslavery #abolitionofslavery #freetheslaves . #slavetofashion #safiaminney #endslavery #ranaplazaneveragain #whomademyclothes #garmentworkers #humanrights #bangladeshaccord #ranaplaza #ethicalfashion #madeinbangladesh #fastfashion #craftivism #whomademyclothes
SLAVERY still exists. . Here we are nearly 70 years later. December 2, The International Day for the Abolition of Slavery, marking the adoption by the UN General Assembly for the Suppression of the Traffic in Persons and of the Exploitation of Others in 1949, yes, 1949! That was after WW2 and before the globalisation of supply chains as we know it today. . Yes, slavery still exists and should be front of mind for us all when we buy clothes, shoes, chocolate and fruits and veg, go to a nail bar or get our car washed. Read @safia_minney’s full article on the blog. . http://www.safia-minney.com/blog/slavery-still-exists/ . . . Last week, a group of friends and fellow campaigners gathered at @claremontproject to show their favourite, most treasured and ethically produced outfit to take a stand against slavery. We are big supporters of The @cleanclothescampaign , @wfto_fairtrade , Fair Trade UK, and the Ethical Trade Initiative that are in different ways campaigning for corporate responsibility and promoting better practice. {video features and thanks to: @natalyaminney @beljacobs_com @sachaholub @karencknapp @kateroseosborne @lucien_paul @po_zu Charlie and Steph from @offset_warehouse @incredibusy and many more. #modernslavery  #abolitionofslavery  #freetheslaves  . #slavetofashion  #safiaminney  #endslavery  #ranaplazaneveragain  #whomademyclothes  #garmentworkers  #humanrights  #bangladeshaccord  #ranaplaza  #ethicalfashion  #madeinbangladesh  #fastfashion  #craftivism  #whomademyclothes 
Ha sido un gran honor para mi el haber colaborado en esta sesión de fotos! .
Después de saber que pasó con Rana Plaza en Bangladesh, mi percepción hacia el mundo de la moda cambió completamente.
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Thank you very much @miguel_jacob_  for having me in this project ✨🙏🏽✨
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#Repost @miguel_jacob_ with @get_repost
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Pilar Moraga @huma and Ania C. @ania000 for Project1127

I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com 
Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com

Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_
Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel
Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang 
Producer and Stylist: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle 
Hair: Anthony Joseph Hernandez @ajhhair Makeup: Bruce Dean @arrivebeautiful Studio: Bitfire Studio @bitfireinc 
#migueljacob #project1127 #profoto #profotoglobal #profoto_canada #migueljacob #lightshaping #ranaplaza #laurasiegel #sustainablefashion
Ha sido un gran honor para mi el haber colaborado en esta sesión de fotos! . Después de saber que pasó con Rana Plaza en Bangladesh, mi percepción hacia el mundo de la moda cambió completamente. . Thank you very much @miguel_jacob_ for having me in this project ✨🙏🏽✨ . #Repost  @miguel_jacob_ with @get_repost ・・・ Pilar Moraga @huma and Ania C. @ania000 for Project1127 I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_ Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang Producer and Stylist: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle Hair: Anthony Joseph Hernandez @ajhhair Makeup: Bruce Dean @arrivebeautiful Studio: Bitfire Studio @bitfireinc #migueljacob  #project1127  #profoto  #profotoglobal  #profoto_canada  #migueljacob  #lightshaping  #ranaplaza  #laurasiegel  #sustainablefashion 
True - right? 
Than sign the petition to keep making buildings better, and safer in Bangladesh. See link in bio.
We have to fight this ACCORD to keep being maintained. Don’t sit and do nothing and complain.....
We are talking about lives here, just as important as yours and mines as theirs ❤️
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#changemakers #bangladesh #whomademyclothes #fashion #sustainablefashion #sustainablefashionblogger #accord #ranaplaza #nomore #neveragain #fastfashion
True - right? Than sign the petition to keep making buildings better, and safer in Bangladesh. See link in bio. We have to fight this ACCORD to keep being maintained. Don’t sit and do nothing and complain..... We are talking about lives here, just as important as yours and mines as theirs ❤️ Repost @fash_revnld - - - - - #changemakers  #bangladesh  #whomademyclothes  #fashion  #sustainablefashion  #sustainablefashionblogger  #accord  #ranaplaza  #nomore  #neveragain  #fastfashion 
Alexa Chung @alexachung for Project1127

I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com 
Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com

Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_
Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel
Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang 
Producer: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle  Stylist: Fay Eva @everydayfay 
Hair: Ashley Rubell @ashleyrubell Makeup: Dana Rae @danaraemua Studio: Splashlight Studios @splashlightstudios 
#migueljacob #project1127 #profoto #profotoglobal #profoto_canada #migueljacob #lightshaping #ranaplaza #laurasiegel #sustainablefashion #alexachung
Alexa Chung @alexachung for Project1127 I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_ Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang Producer: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle Stylist: Fay Eva @everydayfay Hair: Ashley Rubell @ashleyrubell Makeup: Dana Rae @danaraemua Studio: Splashlight Studios @splashlightstudios #migueljacob  #project1127  #profoto  #profotoglobal  #profoto_canada  #migueljacob  #lightshaping  #ranaplaza  #laurasiegel  #sustainablefashion  #alexachung 
Bryan Boy @bryanboycom for Project1127

I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com 
Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com

Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_
Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel
Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang 
Producer: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle  Stylist: Nikki Fontanella 
Hair: Ashley Rubell @ashleyrubell Makeup: Dana Rae @danaraemua Studio: Tribeca Skyline Studios @triskystudios 
#migueljacob #project1127 #profoto #profotoglobal #profoto_canada #migueljacob #lightshaping #ranaplaza #laurasiegel #sustainablefashion #bryanboy
Bryan Boy @bryanboycom for Project1127 I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_ Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang Producer: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle Stylist: Nikki Fontanella Hair: Ashley Rubell @ashleyrubell Makeup: Dana Rae @danaraemua Studio: Tribeca Skyline Studios @triskystudios #migueljacob  #project1127  #profoto  #profotoglobal  #profoto_canada  #migueljacob  #lightshaping  #ranaplaza  #laurasiegel  #sustainablefashion  #bryanboy 
Melissa Joy Manning @melissajoymanning for Project1127

I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com 
Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com

Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_
Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel
Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang 
Producer: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle  Stylist: Fay Eva @everydayfay 
Hair: Ashley Rubell @ashleyrubell Makeup: Dana Rae @danaraemua Studio: Splashlight Studios @splashlightstudios 
#migueljacob #project1127 #profoto #profotoglobal #profoto_canada #migueljacob #lightshaping #ranaplaza #laurasiegel #sustainablefashion
Melissa Joy Manning @melissajoymanning for Project1127 I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_ Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang Producer: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle Stylist: Fay Eva @everydayfay Hair: Ashley Rubell @ashleyrubell Makeup: Dana Rae @danaraemua Studio: Splashlight Studios @splashlightstudios #migueljacob  #project1127  #profoto  #profotoglobal  #profoto_canada  #migueljacob  #lightshaping  #ranaplaza  #laurasiegel  #sustainablefashion 
Aliya Jasmine @aliyajasmine for Project1127

I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com 
Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com

Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_
Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel
Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang 
Producer and Stylist: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle 
Hair + Makeup: Michelle Rosen @michellerosen Studio: Judy Inc. @judyinc 
#migueljacob #project1127 #profoto #profotoglobal #profoto_canada #migueljacob #lightshaping #ranaplaza #laurasiegel #sustainablefashion
Aliya Jasmine @aliyajasmine for Project1127 I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_ Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang Producer and Stylist: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle Hair + Makeup: Michelle Rosen @michellerosen Studio: Judy Inc. @judyinc #migueljacob  #project1127  #profoto  #profotoglobal  #profoto_canada  #migueljacob  #lightshaping  #ranaplaza  #laurasiegel  #sustainablefashion 
Nolan Bryant @nolan_bryant for Project1127

I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com 
Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com

Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_
Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel
Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang 
Producer and Stylist: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle 
Hair + Makeup: Michelle Rosen @michellerosen Studio: Judy Inc. @judyinc 
#migueljacob #project1127 #profoto #profotoglobal #profoto_canada #migueljacob #lightshaping #ranaplaza #laurasiegel #sustainablefashion
Nolan Bryant @nolan_bryant for Project1127 I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_ Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang Producer and Stylist: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle Hair + Makeup: Michelle Rosen @michellerosen Studio: Judy Inc. @judyinc #migueljacob  #project1127  #profoto  #profotoglobal  #profoto_canada  #migueljacob  #lightshaping  #ranaplaza  #laurasiegel  #sustainablefashion 
~HELP TO STOP THE CLOSURE OF THE BANGLADESH ACCORD~  Guys if there's one thing I ask of you guys PLEASE sign this letter to Sheikh Hasina, the PM of Bangladesh, to stop the restraining order held against the Bangladesh Accord that will make it's functioning near impossible. The Accord has protected thousands of workers, and has most likely prevented another Rana Plaza from occurring. It's closure put many workers back at risk so please please please sign the letter and share. Link is in our bio. WE HAVE JUST ONE WEEK TIL ITS CLOSURE SO SIGN IT QUICK.  If you are unsure of what the Accord is we have a quick summary up on our 'Labour Glossary' on our website at www.ohsoethical.website .
~HELP TO STOP THE CLOSURE OF THE BANGLADESH ACCORD~ Guys if there's one thing I ask of you guys PLEASE sign this letter to Sheikh Hasina, the PM of Bangladesh, to stop the restraining order held against the Bangladesh Accord that will make it's functioning near impossible. The Accord has protected thousands of workers, and has most likely prevented another Rana Plaza from occurring. It's closure put many workers back at risk so please please please sign the letter and share. Link is in our bio. WE HAVE JUST ONE WEEK TIL ITS CLOSURE SO SIGN IT QUICK. If you are unsure of what the Accord is we have a quick summary up on our 'Labour Glossary' on our website at www.ohsoethical.website .
Jenne Lombardo @jennelombardo for Project1127

I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com 
Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com

Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_
Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel
Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang 
Producer: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle  Stylist: Fay Eva @everydayfay 
Hair: Ashley Rubell @ashleyrubell Makeup: Dana Rae @danaraemua Studio: Splashlight Studios @splashlightstudios 
#migueljacob #project1127 #profoto #profotoglobal #profoto_canada #migueljacob #lightshaping #ranaplaza #laurasiegel #sustainablefashion #jennelombardo
Jenne Lombardo @jennelombardo for Project1127 I am so excited to finally share all of the final images from Project1127, a project with fashion designer Laura Siegel and other talented artists around the world. Since late 2014, we have been doing portrait sessions in various studios with people in the industry - celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders alike - who, by wearing white and one of the scarves, stand in solidarity with those affected by the Rana Plaza tragedy. In 2016, this project was featured on VOGUE.com Designer Laura Siegel launched Project 1127 – a charity collection of limited-edition scarves – in memory of the 1,127 people killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. The designs, created in collaboration with local artisans in Kutch, are hand-woven in silk and cotton with pops of colour (rose pink, deep violet, aqua) courtesy of strips of recycled saris. Money raised from the scarves goes to the Sreepur Village Organisation, which currently supports 130 destitute mothers and 540 children in the area. Please check out the newly-launched website for more information: www.project1127.com Photography: Miguel Jacob @miguel_jacob_ Artistic Direction: Laura Siegel @laura_siegel Project Manager: Carmen Tsang @carmengtsang Producer: Sarah Jay @sarahjaystyle Stylist: Fay Eva @everydayfay Hair: Ashley Rubell @ashleyrubell Makeup: Dana Rae @danaraemua Studio: Splashlight Studios @splashlightstudios #migueljacob  #project1127  #profoto  #profotoglobal  #profoto_canada  #migueljacob  #lightshaping  #ranaplaza  #laurasiegel  #sustainablefashion  #jennelombardo