On 24th April 2013 the Rana Plaza factory in Bangladesh collapsed and shook the fashion world. 1138 people were killed, and many more were injured.
Today, Fashion Revolution kick off their annual #whomademyclothes campaign - a week that encourages millions of people to ask brands ‘Who Made my Clothes’ and demand for greater transparency in the fashion supply chain.
We caught up with Laura Francois, Country Coordinator for Fashion Revolution Week in Singapore, to discuss why we need a fashion revolution and how you can get involved to support this global movement.
And if you're looking to build a more ethical wardrobe, wanting to know how to extend the life of your current clothes or looking for the best app to help you shop more consciously - Laura gives us her top tips!