After the fateful accident of the collapse of the Rana Plaza building in Bangladesh, where 1,138 people died, the Fashion Revolution campaign emerged as a means of claiming decent working conditions for any worker in the textile sector, so that this type of events do not repeat anywhere in the world.
In this sense, Slow Fashion Next - precursor organization of Fashion Revolution Spain - joined in its beginnings to this movement, promoting sustainability and disseminating and supporting ethical fashion projects, which respected, as we say, labor rights and decent conditions for all workers in the retail sector. And the only way to promote this type of project is to support them.
Proof of this is the sustainable fashion directory available on its website, and where Captain Denim appears, as one of the local and sustainable 'Made in Spain' brands. For us, it is a source of pride and recognition for the effort we make every day to make sustainable denim a reality.
Do you want to take a look at the sustainable fashion directory of Slow Fashion Next? Here it is.
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