We're tackling poverty in the fashion industry. Big brands are keeping the women who make our clothes living in poverty by not paying them enough to live on. But this can change. Together, we can hold big brands to account for what she makes.
To stand in solidarity with the women who make our clothes
To let big brands know loud and clear that the women working in their factories, making my clothes must be paid a living wage.
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