This week is Fashion Revolution Week
This week is Fashion Revolution Week – with the 24th of April marking five years since the Rana Plaza garment factory complex collapsed in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
The Fashion Revolution movement is all about consumers, designers and makers of fashion coming together and making a positive difference in this industry. The ultimate goal is a fashion industry that values people, the environment, creativity and profit in equal measure, transforming the fashion industry into a force for good!
Let’s all be a part of this fashion movement for a fairer and safer fashion industry and ask all brands #whomademyclothes or #whomademybag. O My Bag will lead by example and answer that very important question: Who Made Your Bag?
Who Made Your Bag
At O My Bag we have four pillars. Ethical production, sustainable leather, create consumer awareness and being transparent. To back this up we share all our producing factories on our website, explain why we work together and we share the tanneries we work with and their efforts in being sustainable ( visit our factory profiles page here to find the full list of the factories we work with).
There are so many people behind the bags and clothes we wear. By regularly visiting our producers and building personal relationships with them we can truly say we actually know them. And we would love for you to get to know them too!
STC Factory Profile
Padma works at STC factory. She started working there 8 years ago and is a employee at the finishing department. She has 1 daughter and 1 son. Her children went to a private school and she would love her children to do office work when they grow up.
We started working with STC in 2015. They were the ones to produce our very first business line: The Suit-Up Collection. Now they are responsible for the production of a big part of our Classic Collection.
Read more about this factory here.
Springfield Factory Profile
Springfield Factory has been a partner since 2014 and it has always been a pleasure to work with them. The company was established in 2002 by J.S. Sawhney, who is a real connoisseur, since producing handbags has been a family vocation since 1957.
EMA Factory Profile
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