All About Plants

A Textile Garden for Fashion Revolution

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Fashion Revolution

Fashion Revolution was founded in the wake of the Rana Plaza disaster in 2013. Since then, the organisation has grown to become the world’s largest fashion activism movement, mobilising citizens, brands and policymakers through research, education and advocacy. Fashion Revolution campaigns for a clean, safe, fair, transparent and accountable fashion industry.

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Garden Rehoming

Where can you visit this garden after the Show?

A Textile Garden for Fashion Revolution has been repurposed at Headington School in Oxfordshire, where textile students helped dye the textile boundaries featured in the garden. It will live on as a teaching garden, for students to learn about the plants that textiles and fabric dyes are derived from. The school has developed a new syllabus which includes the study of plants used for textiles, along with their propagation and use.

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We want people to look beyond their labels, to choose their fabrics and fibres with care and to recognise their power as citizens to make a difference. - Carry Somers, Founder & Global Operations Director of Fashion Revolution

Tom Stuart-Smith
Garden Designer