It’s the Fashion Revolution Week, the biggest fashion movement in the world. We are not too young, too old, too small, too big or too famous to start caring about the clothes we put on. I am a newbie but feels like it’s my responsibilityl to share this 💖 @fas_rev_ausnz @fash_rev . This year I’ve tried to be more conscious of my choices and this include choosing the clothes I purchased, where it’s from and how the production and materials acquired impact the whole ecosystem. As my principle in life, everything is a journey, there is a long way to go. This is my first step to more conscious living so I will be responsible to the next generation and the legacy that I will leave behind. . #whomademyclothes #slowfashion @kuwaii @kowtow or myself 🤗 @helloknitto . The reason why I chose this post for repost is the image of the beautiful lady appearing on my timeline from @fash_rev_ausnz repost from @countryroad It’s humbling to see the face of our clothes maker and make us appreciate our clothes more. #Repost @fash_rev_ausnz with @make_repost ・・・ Thank you Country Road Group for publishing your Tier 1 factory list! 🙏🏽💪🏽🙏🏽 Greater transparency leads to more accountability which Fashion Revolution believes drives positive change. Thank you Epyllion for looking after the workers in your factory making sure they can access vital services, we appreciate you 🙏🏽#Repost @countryroad ・・・ At Country Road, we’re proud to be working towards a more sustainable future. Every day we’re taking steps to improve our supply chain, from the policies we put in place to our transparency and traceability, auditing and supplier relationships, worker empowerment, environmental management and more. Today, this commitment has been acknowledged by Baptist World Aid in its 2019 Ethical Fashion Report, which awards Country Road an overall score of A-minus.