Since the tragic Rana Plaza factory collapse in April 2013, in which 1138 people lost their lives, Fashion Revolution week (just passed) was born to mark its anniversary and to encourage transparency in supply chains worldwide.
As part of one brands journey to a fairer and better working environment across its factories in China, and in conjunction with the ‘Who Made My Clothes’ movement, I’m very humbled to have had this opportunity to make a film about some of the stories of the people who make our clothes, highlighting a promising positive shift in the garment industry in China.
Directed by: @dominiclocherfilms
Sustainability Director: @jaanaq
producer B unit: @zhaopower
Fixer/ C Unit: @jay_wu
Edited by: @dominiclocherfilms
Production Company: @p.o.s.t.c.a.r.d
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