Who Made My TWOOBS?

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On the 6th anniversary of the Rana Plaza disaster in Bangladesh where 1,138 factory workers died and another 2,500 were injured, the fashion industry still has a long way to go in achieving transparency.

This week, we’re getting behind a movement we are incredibly passionate about, Fashion Revolution.

We’re getting involved by showcasing some of the incredible people who make TWOOBS, and encouraging other brands to do the same.

We're proud to work with a female-led team based in Houjie, China.

Meet Julie, she owns and runs the company that oversees manufacturing of TWOOBS. Julie loves to travel to America to study English and learn about their culture.

Meet Tracy, she oversees production for TWOOBS. Her favorite place to holiday is Tibet.

Meet Zhangwan Bo, he stitches uppers for TWOOBS. He loves running and going to the gym.

Meet Haojunyia, he cuts and stitches uppers for TWOOBS. He loves cats and dogs.

Meet Cary, she sources material for TWOOBS. Her favourite food is vegetables and her hobby is reading.

Meet Chenheyou, she glues the upper to the outsole for TWOOBS. Her favorite fruit is apple.

Meet Chengwen Fa, he attaches the outsole for TWOOBS. He has two children, one boy and one girl.

Want to get involved as well? You can join the movement by snapping a photo of the label of your favourite clothing brands and posting them on Instagram using the hashtag #whomademyclothes, to encourage more transparency in the fashion industry.


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