07.07.17

How To Be A Fashion Revolutionary

Kira Simpson

The past few weeks I’ve been taking Fashion Revolution’s free online course “Who Made My Clothes?”.

The three week course is aimed at anyone who is interested in fashion, ethics and activism from fashion students, to bloggers and fashion businesses. They cover ethical fashion, supply chains, garment production, resources which go into making our clothes and the people behind them.

It’s incredibly informative but easy to digest. It’s set over three weeks but you can access the entirety of the course from this week and you can get through it in about 3-4 hours. It’s also available to access for free until the 31st of July.

During week one, I came across this fantastic resource “How To Be A Fashion Revolutionary” which basically sums up the problems in the fashion industry and how we can begin to solve them.

Most importantly, it’s jam packed full of links to research, books, sites, free downloads and shares incredibly useful information about what we can do as consumers. You can download the PDF here.

Image source: Everlane

"Together, we will - we must - make the change." Tamsin Blanchard

Kira Simpson

Kira Simpson is a sustainability activist, climate optimist and founder, and editor of The Green Hub. Her own sustainable living journey began five years ago when she realised our choices matter. What we eat, where we shop, what we wear, how we live, these choices have the power to shape the kind of world we want to live in. Since launching The Green Hub in 2016 she has grown the blog to become a platform for sustainable fashion and conscious living helping people make lifestyle choices which are kinder to the planet.