At Jeanswest, we believe transparency is the first step in transforming the fashion industry. And it starts with customers asking one simple question: Who made my clothes?
Jeanswest is proud to be involved in Fashion Revolution Week; an annual event held during 18-24th April to raise awareness for a more transparent fashion industry.
What is Fashion Revolution Week?
Fashion Revolution Week is an annual global event on 18-24th April to raise awareness of the fashion industry’s most pressing issues and to encourage greater transparency in sourcing and manufacturing. Held on the anniversary of the Rana Plaza collapse in Dhaka, Bangladesh which killed 1,134 people and injured over 2,500 on the 24 April 2013, Fashion Revolution was born to unite the global fashion industry to make a change, promote ethical sourcing and encourage traceability from fashion retailers.
Jeanswest shines light on ethical sourcing & Traceability.
Jeanswest is committed to ethical sourcing, transparency and traceability in relation to our supply chain and manufacturing and we are proud of the long-standing relationships we have built with our business partners both here in Australia and overseas.
To help shine a light on Fashion Revolution Week, we are proudly showcasing the talented, creative, and hard-working people responsible for making your Jeanswest products.
From our long-standing denim business partner, Advancetex who have been manufacturing our jeans for over thirty years in China, to OCC Apparel in St Peters NSW Australia who make our cotton tees and sweaters, to our Jeanswest men’s and women’s designers based in our Melbourne headquarters; they all play a part in making your Jeanswest clothes.
Pictured below are just some of the team members who make your Jeanswest products, representing nine different Jeanswest partners.